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Nez Perce 1877


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Origins of the campaign /Chronology /Opposing commanders /Opposing forces /Opposing plans /Outbreak of the war and opening moves (June-July 1877) /Pursuit (July-August 1877) /The endgame (September 1877) /Aftermath /The battlefields today /Further reading /Index

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A history of the campaign that saw the US Army's pursuit and final capture of the Nez Perce Indians under Chief Joseph.

About the Author

Robert Forczyk has a PhD in International Relations and National Security from the University of Maryland and a strong background in European and Asian military history. He retired as a lieutenant colonel from the US Army Reserves having served as an armor officer in the US 2nd and 4th Infantry Divisions and as an intelligence officer in the 29th Infantry Division (Light). Dr Forczyk is currently a consultant in the Washington, DC area. Peter Dennis was born in 1950. Inspired by contemporary magazines such as Look and Learn he studied Illustration at Liverpool Art College. Peter has since contributed to hundreds of books, predominantly on historical subjects, including many Osprey titles. A keen wargamer and modelmaker, he is based in Nottinghamshire, UK.


"The text is enhanced by full-color illustrations by Peter Dennis. The artwork is complemented by more than 60 photographs obtained from the U.S. Army Military History Institute, the U.S. Cavalry Museum at Fort Riley, the Nez Perce National Historic Park and the Montana Historical Society. Totaling 96 pages, this book is a concise and informative account of the last major U.S. act of war against Indians." --Toy Soldier & Model Figure (May 2011) "Nez Perce 1877: The Last Fight provides a fine addition to Osprey's 'Campaign' series, detailing command strategies and tactics, and covers the Nez Perce, who refused to surrender and accept resettlement. Instead, Chief Joseph organized some 750 warriors and ran the Canadian border -- and nearly made it. Black and white and color photos and maps throughout illustrated by Peter Dennis enhance an outstanding survey!" --The Midwest Book Review

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