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“A finely researched volume that spotlights the good, bad and ugly of a polyglot army

stumbling to war… The strength of Mr. Davisâ€s chronicle is its meticulous research and the

way it frames the Battle of New Orleans in the context of a vibrant, evolving, occasionally vicious

South… The Greatest Fury is one of the most comprehensive looks at a fight that became a

punctuation mark in the tale of Manifest Destiny.―—The Wall Street Journal“William C.

Davis reframes the historic significance of the Battle of New Orleans in a book that is both learned

and accessible. Known for his wide ranging research, Davis wields his energetic writing style to

bring to life military and political history in a story sure to engage an appreciative audience.―

—Ronald C. White, New York Times bestselling author of American Ulysses: A Life of

Ulysses S. Grant “With prose so sharp the reader will hear the canons†roar and feel the

heat of the fire, William C. Davis has crafted an epic of American history. Itâ€s all here, from the

clash of warships on Lake Borgne to Andrew Jacksonâ€s line of heroic fighters, to the Redcoats

who took on an enemy inferior in numbers, weapons and experience—and suffered defeat. The

Greatest Fury is a rousing read.―—Winston Groom, New York Times bestselling author

of The Allies and Patriotic Fire“In The Greatest Fury, William C. Davis has written a

fascinating story about the too often forgotten Battle of New Orleans and its impact on the young

United States. With his customary vivid prose, Davis packs the book chock-full of insights and

revelations. Lovers of history will find this story a treat.―—Jay Winik, New York Times

bestselling author of 1944 and April 1865“Anyone who thinks we fully understand Andrew

Jacksonâ€s great victory at New Orleans should read The Greatest Fury. William C. Davis is a

master at weaving broad research, which includes rich, new detail, into a lucid and engaging

story.―—Donald R. Hickey, author of The War of 1812: A Forgotten Conflict“William

C. Davis is a great storyteller, and Andrew Jacksonâ€s deliverance of a young nation at the

Battle of New Orleans is one of the greatest stories in American history. With crisp detail and

powerful imagery, Davis stitches together a treasure trove of contemporary sources to lend fresh

insight and suspense to the battle.―—Walter R. Borneman, national bestselling author of

1812: The War that Forged a Nation Read more William C. Davis is a retired history professor

who taught at Virginia Tech. An acclaimed expert on the Civil War, he has served on a number of

advisory boards, including the Abraham Lincoln Bicentennial Commission; the Civil War

Preservation Trust; the Museum of the Civil War Soldier in Petersburg, Virginia; the National Park


Service;Â and the Lincoln Prize and Pulitzer Prize nominating juries.

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