Grant's Secret Service by William B. Feis
The Intelligence War from Belmont to Appomattox

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William B. Feis offers us the first scholarly examination of the use of military intelligence under Ulysses S. Grant’s command during the Civil War. Feis makes the new and provocative argument that Grant’s use of the Army of the Potomac’s Bureau of Military Information played a significant role in Lee’s defeat. Feis’s work articulately rebuts accusations by Grant’s detractors that his battlefield successes involved little more than the bludgeoning of an undermanned and outgunned opponent.
 

About William B. Feis

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William B. Feis is an associate professor of history at Buena Vista University.
 
Published April 1, 2002 by University of Nebraska Press. 330 pages
Genres: History, War. Non-fiction

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The study of intelligence during the Civil War is beginning to emerge from a melodramatic concern with assassination plots and secret agents.

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