Conviction Against Convention Walter F. Urbanek


Published: November 11th 2009

Kindle Edition

314 pages


Conviction Against Convention  by  Walter F. Urbanek

Conviction Against Convention by Walter F. Urbanek
November 11th 2009 | Kindle Edition | PDF, EPUB, FB2, DjVu, AUDIO, mp3, ZIP | 314 pages | ISBN: | 9.21 Mb

The U.S. Civil War is not only the history of Americans killing Americans on the battlefields, but also a drama of cause and effect and how the conflict perpetually changed the lives of the people, communities, and a national conscience. But do people have the awareness and understanding of the overall nature and upshots of it? Aimed at providing readers with valuable information on the Civil War, the rise and spread of slavery, and other relevant issues, author Walter F.

Urbanek presents his book entitled Conviction Against Convention.Quick-witted and neatly written, Conviction Against Convention is an educational tool that offers a plethora of information on the Civil War. Urbanek’s major goal is to provide the readers with a comprehensive description of the institution of slavery that led up to the war. He points out the mobilization for war, a soldier’s life in camp, their music, the naval warfare, the battles they fought, and their weapons.

He also shares about the life of the prisoners of war and how they suffered from various inhumane conditions.In this book, Urbanek offers a vivid portrayal of how economics encouraged not only the use of slavery, but also provoked a certain belief related to racism and bigotry. Serving as a mirror into the past, this book is also designed for the veterans to be able to relate to the fears, sorrows, and joys of those who had stepped forward to accept the challenge.

It provides a glimpse of the lives of the commanding generals responsible for organizing, equipping, training, planning, implementing and leading their command in war against the enemy.“It is my hope that when the reader completes the book, he or she will have a better understanding and appreciation for the soldiers who participated in America’s bloodiest and most costly war – a war fought not against nations, but rather pitting brother against brother and conviction against convention,” Urbanek stated adding to his hope that Conviction Against Convention will open the minds of the people to prevent the failures and sins of their ancestors from recurring.

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