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This ebook explores the continual British fascination with the yank Civil conflict from the 1870s to the current. Analysing the War's position in British political discourse, army writing, highbrow existence and pop culture, it lines the resources of Britons' entice the yankee clash and their use of its representations at domestic and in a foreign country.

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