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Wednesday, July 9, 2008

"Exceptionally worthy volumes." We like that.


We received a lengthy H-Net review today on our recent Shiloh battle study. This caught our eye:

"Not alone among publishers that present conventional military research as a
cornerstone of their catalogs, Savas Beatie has in its five-year existence established a notable reputation for producing exceptionally worthy volumes. This trend continues with O. Edward Cunningham's path-breaking Shiloh and the Western Campaign of 1862, a work originally penned over forty years ago. With its printing, only now will it receive the recognition it assuredly deserves."

-- U.S. Army Command and General Staff College
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The trick is dusting off the chaff in search of the wheat. It is not easy, but we work hard, and will work even harder, to bring you "exceptionally worthy volumes."

Thank you to everyone for your continued support of our titles. Without you doing your thing there, we could not do what we love to do here.

--tps

2 comments:

Steve Basic said...

Ted,

Noticed while in Gettysburg this past weekend that folks were buying the bio. on Rodes as well.

Most folks I know who read books on the Civil War all seem to attest to the high quality of books your company puts out. In other words, you have a lot of fans out there. :)

Hope all is well.

Regards from the Garden State,

Steve

Theodore P. Savas said...

Hi Steve

Thanks for taking the time and trouble to say so. It means a lot to all of us here, and I mean that most sincerely. Can't wait to share all the great new titles we have coming up. I think one might eventually have Brice's Crossroads in the title.

--tps