It is not too much to say that General Force has compressed into his volume more of the details of the campaigns of which he treats than are contained in any other volume of war history yet issued. His style is plain and condensed. He deals neither in criticisms nor praises, but so far as he covers the ground contents himself with stating the facts as presented in the wide range of reports, both Union and Confederate, which he has evidently studied with care. Contents: Chapter I. Preliminary. Chapter II. Fort Henry. Chapter III.Fort Donelson. Chapter IV.New Madrid And Island Number Ten. Chapter V. The Gathering Of The Forces. Chapter VI. Shiloh-Sunday. Chapter VII. Shiloh-Night, And Monday. Chapter VIII. Corinth.