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Quantrill's War: The Life & Times Of William Clarke Quantrill, 1837-1865 chapter 1 Quantrill's War: The Life & Times Of William Clarke Quantrill, 1837-1865, meaning Quantrill's War: The Life & Times Of William Clarke Quantrill, 1837-1865, genre Quantrill's War: The Life & Times Of William Clarke Quantrill, 1837-1865, book cover Quantrill's War: The Life & Times Of William Clarke Quantrill, 1837-1865, flies Quantrill's War: The Life & Times Of William Clarke Quantrill, 1837-1865, Quantrill's War: The Life & Times Of William Clarke Quantrill, 1837-1865 8f8a4501e42d1 The Definitive Biography Of Civil War Legend William Clarke Quantrill Serial Killer, Psychopath, Celebrated Hero Of The Confederate Army A Riveting Story Of Murder And Revenge, Quantrill S War Is A Thoroughly Researched And Richly Drawn Study Of The Most Unlikely Hero In Our Nation S History


10 thoughts on “Quantrill's War: The Life & Times Of William Clarke Quantrill, 1837-1865

  1. says:

    I am slightly enchanted by the word psychopathy and those who wield the term It s like asking a person just how vegan they are Most are in the 80 93% range unless they are on tour with Phish wearing hemp skirts and sexy, beaded braids in their armpit hair I consider a lot of our heroes to be psychopaths including Harry S Truman, Andrew Jackson, George W., Barrack W., The killer Clintons, and Colin Powell to name a few We conversely uphold psychopathy as cool and sexy in popular culture especially if they are white like Tony Soprano or Dexter Also we litcherally train our spec ops men to be the best killers in the world and not to feel remorse while doing it Sure Quantrill had a hint of sociopathy but so did the Jayhawkers He easily recruited guerillas as each one had a dead dad or brother and insane mother from the scoundrel Jayhawkers whom we were always taught were innocent guardians of freedom Quantrill for sure was not fighting for the south or any cause other than revenge and killing and he considered that the Jayhawks drew first blood when they went too far on a raid and pistol whipped a young lady Of course, I always found Lawrence to be a little douchey myself And now I know it runs in my blood since my great, great grandfather is buried next to Jesse James and ran with Quantrill and Jesse Besides, like my brother before me, I always did take a rebel stand.


  2. says:

    I found this book too biased No one who was that evil could have commanded the respect that Quantrill had from the Southerner sympathizers in Missouri.


  3. says:

    This was a good read, well written and to the point The action moved right along, almost fiction like Quantrill s history is an eye opener to the evil that men can be and, most amazing, get way with under the guise of war That clemency was given to the former raiders after the depravity they committed makes one befuddled The murderers of hundreds who looted and burned and destroyed Lawrence and other towns even had the temerity to hold reunions Also, the romance of Jesse and Frank James takes on a different hue when their bushwacking history is reckoned Recommended reading.


  4. says:

    Quantrill was a career criminal who preyed on both sides of the civil war He pursued a path of theft, murder, and destruction His followers included the James and the Younger brothers This is an exciting description of the events that led to Quantrill s pursuit and capture.


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