The Boys of Theodore Roosevelt and the Rough Riders Spur Awardwinning author Dale Walker tells the colourful story of Americas most memorable fighting force the volunteer cavalry known as the Rough Riders From its members and their slapdash training

  • Title: The Boys of '98: Theodore Roosevelt and the Rough Riders
  • Author: Dale L. Walker
  • ISBN: 9780312868475
  • Page: 207
  • Format: Paperback
  • Spur Awardwinning author Dale Walker tells the colourful story of Americas most memorable fighting force, the volunteer cavalry known as the Rough Riders From its members, and their slapdash training in Texas and Florida, to its battles at Las Gusimas and San Juan Hill under the command of Theodore Roosevelt, who kept riding, some say, into the White House.

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    2 thoughts on “The Boys of '98: Theodore Roosevelt and the Rough Riders

    1. This book is a great example of history as entertainment. Despite a tendency to repeat facts, it is well written and researched. If you have an interest in the Spanish American War, the Rough Riders, or Teddy Roosevelt, you can't go wrong with this book as an introduction to these topics.In some ways, it was a silly little war, poorly lead and executed on both sides. The fame of the Rough Riders far surpassed the fact that the regiment existed for only around six months. The US won the war despi [...]

    2. A very informative work that concentrates on the Rough Riders but sheds worthwhile light on the people involved from Teddy R to Leonard Wood, who went on to fame in the Philippines. For its size, it does an impressive job of recreating the time and diverse elements that went into forming the Rough Riders, plus it gives a fairly unvarnished view of their campaign in Cuba. For Spanish American War buffs or even Philippine American War students who want more insight into the times and people, this [...]

    3. Not the book’s fault; I’m sure military buffs would love it. It’s pretty much just military training and battle recaps and analysis, while I was hoping for a serving of Cuban history and culture along with Teddy Roosevelt.

    4. Very interesting history of Theodore Roosevelt and the Rough Rider soldiers of 1898 during the brief Spanish American War.

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