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MessageSujet: UN LIVRE INCONTOURNABLE   Mer 24 Oct - 17:31

SI VOUS VOULER EN SAVOIR PLUS SUR LES REGIMENTS DE L'OHIO:

Prokopowicz, Gerald J., ALL FOR THE REGIMENT: The Army of the Ohio, 1861-1862. NEW copy, hardcover with dust jacket. (University of North Carolina Press, 2001). 280 pages.
~~~ Despite its important role in the early years of the Civil War, the Army of the Ohio remains one of the least studied of all Union commands. With All for the Regiment, Gerald Prokopowicz deftly fills this gap. He offers an engaging history of the Army of the Ohio from its formation in 1861 to its costly triumph at Shiloh and its failure at Perryville in 1862. ~~~ All for the Regiment traces how the amateur soldiers who formed the Army of the Ohio bridged widely varying backgrounds to organize themselves into individual regiments of remarkable strength and cohesion. Successive commanders Robert Anderson, William T. Sherman, and Don Carlos Buell all failed to integrate those regiments into an effective organization, however. The result was a decentralized and elastic army that was easily disrupted and difficult to command -- but also nearly impossible to destroy in combat. ~~~ Exploring the army's behavior at minor engagements such as Rowlett's Station and Logan's Cross Roads, as well as major battles such as Shiloh and Perryville, Prokopowicz shows how its regiment- oriented culture prevented the army from experiencing decisive results -- either complete victory or catastrophic defeat -- on the battlefield. Regimental solidarity was at once the Army of the Ohio's greatest strength, he argues, and its most dangerous vulnerability. ~~~ More than a traditional campaign narrative, the book uses the Army of the Ohio's example to advance an innovative argument regarding battlefield performance in the Civil War. How an army fared in battle was primarily determined not by the skill of its commander or the technological sophistication of its weapons, Prokopowicz says, but by the way in which it was recruited and organized.
~~~ "An insightful and incisive analysis of Civil War military culture, of the disorganization of Civil War armies -— the key to their sloppy, indecisive, and deadly performances. This is an excellent anti-romance, original and unusual in approach and refreshingly honest." ~~Michael Fellman.
~~~ "This book fills an important niche in the history of Civil War armies. Lucid and lively, All for the Regiment shows how recruitment, training, and combat forged the bonds of comradeship that sustained morale and fighting power." ~~James M. McPherson
~~~ Currently in print at $37.50.

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MessageSujet: Re: UN LIVRE INCONTOURNABLE   Mer 24 Oct - 17:49

petite précision :

l'armée de l'ohio (qui deviendra plus tard "armée du cumberland" ) comptait dans ses rangs des régiments de l'Ohio, mais également du Michigan et de l'Indiana . le département militaire nordiste (ohio dpt) ou elle fut crée englobant ces trois états ...
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MessageSujet: Re: UN LIVRE INCONTOURNABLE   Jeu 25 Oct - 13:00

Et bien, voila quelque chose de très bien...
Merci.
(Tu vois, quand tu veux...)
C'est vrai, ouvrage incontournable, pour le 2 ème Ohio.
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MessageSujet: Re: UN LIVRE INCONTOURNABLE   Jeu 25 Oct - 14:10

encore le 2nd ohio cavalry ne fait il partie de l'armée de l'ohio que de juin 63 à février 64...
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MessageSujet: Re: UN LIVRE INCONTOURNABLE   Jeu 25 Oct - 16:13

Voici encore une autre référence

Civil War Regiments from Ohio, 1861-1865
by Joseph Warren Keifer
ISBN: 1932157352

Regular Price: $24.95
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DESCRIPTION:In 1860, the state of Ohio had a total population of over 2.3 million people, of which 679,000 were of military age. For the war, the Buckeye state raised 198 infantry regiments, 13 cavalry regiments, 3 cavalry battalions, 1 light artillery regiment, and 25 light artillery batteries. Ohio regiments fought in all theaters and distinguished themselves greatly. 35,475 Ohioans died during the war, of which 11,588 were killed or mortally wounded in combat. 24 Ohio Infantry regiments are listed in William F. Fox's "300 Fighting Regiments" found in Regimental Losses of the American Civil War. The only fighting during the war on Ohio soil occurred during John Hunt Morgan's cavalry raid in 1863. Among the generals born, raised or residing in Ohio before the war, were Ulysses S. Grant, William T. Sherman, Philip H. Sheridan, Don Carlos Buell, George Armstrong Custer, James A. Garfield, Alexander McD. McCook, William S. Rosecrans, Godfrey Weitzel, Jacob D. Cox, George B. McClellan, and several dozen others. After the war, 5 Civil War veterans from Ohio were elected president, including Ulysses S. Grant, Rutherford B. Hayes, James A. Garfield, Benjamin Harrison, and William McKinley.

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MessageSujet: Re: UN LIVRE INCONTOURNABLE   Jeu 25 Oct - 16:19

les références pour votre unités :
2nd Ohio Cavalry
compiled by Larry Stevens
References for this Unit
see also Bibliography of State-Wide References
Ohio In The War-Volume II. Whitelaw Reid. Moore, Wilstach & Baldwin. Cincinnati 1868
The Company Clerk: Showing how and when to make out all the return reports, rolls, and other papers, and what to do with them. How to keep all the books, records and accounts required in the administration of a company, troop or battery in the army of the United States. By Capt. August V. Kautz, Sixth U.S. Cavalry, Colonel Second Ohio Vol. Cavalry. J.B. Lippincott & Co. Philadelphia 1863.
Constitution of Company A., Second O.V.V.C. Association. Company A. Second O.V.V.C. Association. 4 pgs. Akron. Ohio. 1881. Call# PA Box 181 30. Ohio Historical Society. Columbus. Ohio
National Tribune. Chancellorsville. A Survey of the Field Upon Which the Battle was Fought. R. Hannaford. December 18, 1884
How the Day was Saved at the Battle of Cedar Creek. A.B. Nettleton. From: MOLLUS. Minnesota. Glimpses of the Nation's Struggle. First Series. p. 258-275. St. Paul. Minnesota. 1887
List of Skirmishes, Battles and Raids, Second Ohio Cavalry, Twenty-Fifth Ohio Battery, 1861-1865. NA. 4 pgs. Cleveland. O. 1898
Report of proceedings of the ... reunion[s] ... Second Regiment Ohio Cavalry Twenty-fifth Battery Ohio Artillery. Cleveland. O. Call# stacks 973.7471 E02r. Ohio Historical Society. Columbus. Ohio
Seized His Opportunity. By Corporal Isaac Gause. Co E. 2nd Ohio Cavalry. On pgs. 417-418 of Deeds of Valor: How America's Civil War Heroes Won the Medal of Honor. Edited by W.F. Beyer and O.F. Keydel. 558 pgs. Perrien-Keydel Co. Detroit. Michigan. 1903: Reprint of above by Longmeadow Press. Stamford. CT. 1992
Four years with Five Armies. Army of the Frontier, Army of the Potomac, Army of the Shenandoah, Army of the Missouri, Army of the Ohio. By Isaac Gause, late of Co. E, Second Ohio Cav. The Neale Publishing Company. New York and Washington. 1908
War Diary of Luman Harris Tenney, 1861-1865. by Luman H. Tenney. 2nd OVC. Evangelical Publishing House. Cleveland. 1914
Just a Little Bit of the Civil War as Seen by W.J. Smith, Company M., 2nd O.V. Cavalry. Edited by Robert. W. Hatton. Ohio History. Volumes 3 and 4. 46 pages. Published by the Ohio Historical Society. 1975
Unit Bibliography. U.S. Army Military History Institute. Carlisle Barracks. PA. 1995
Destruction of a Copperhead Newspaper "The Crisis" . by R.J. Brown. 1995. Now linked at The Internet Archive
Recollections of the War of the Rebellion. A Story of the 2nd Ohio Volunteer Cavalry, 1861 - 1865. by Captain Henry W. Chester. Journal Editors: Robert I. Girardi and Roger E. Bohn. 257 pages. Wheaton History Center. Wheaton. Illinois. 1996
Robert T. McMahan Papers. Robert T. McMahan. 2nd O.V.C. 25th Ohio Independent Battery. 1832-?? Papers 1861-1864. 7 folders. Call# C3575. Western Historical Manuscript Collection-Columbia. University of Missouri / State Historical Society of Missouri. 23 Ellis Library. University of Missouri. Columbia. Missouri. 65201
Campaigning Through Missouri: The Civil War Journal of Robert Todd McMahan. Part I. Robert Todd McMahan. Edited by Dennis K. Boman. Missouri Historical Review. Vol. 93 Issue 2. January. 1999. The State Historical Society of Missouri. Columbia. Mo.
Campaigning Through Missouri: The Civil War Journal of Robert Todd McMahan. Part II. Robert Todd McMahan. Edited by Dennis K. Boman. Missouri Historical Review. Vol. 93 Issue 3. April. 1999. The State Historical Society of Missouri. Columbia. Mo.
Reluctant Cannoneer. The Diary of Robert T. McMahan of the 25th Independent Ohio Light Artillery. Robert T. McMahan. Co. E 2nd OVC. 25th Ohio Independent Battery. Edited by Michael Banasik. 360 pgs. Paperback. Volume II in Series "Unwritten Chapters of the Civil War West of the River." Press of the Camp Pope Bookshop. Iowa City. Iowa. 2000
Regimental Color of the 2nd O.V.C. Original Photo Front. Original Photo Back. Painting Front. Painting Back. Fight for the Colors. Ohio Historical Society. Columbus. Ohio. 2000
The Civil War Letters of William H. Leatherwood and Joseph D. Leatherwood and Family. Members of the Union Army Enlisted in the War of the Rebellion. William H. Leatherwood 91st OVI and Joseph D. Leatherwood 2nd OVC. Transcribed by Lois Ellen Fenn and edited by Joseph Dalton Leatherwood, Junior. NP. San Antonio. Texas. 2005
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MessageSujet: Re: UN LIVRE INCONTOURNABLE   Ven 26 Oct - 9:12

Génial, que du bonheur!
Merci Messieurs...
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