The Rough Riders (Illustrated Edition)
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In 1898, at the start of the Spanish-American War, three regiments of volunteer American soldiers were formed to go to war. The most celebrated of them, the 1st United States Volunteer Calvary, also known as "The Rough Riders," was led by Lieutenant Colonel Theodore Roosevelt. A motley crew of cowboys and Ivy League scholars, the Rough Riders were hastily trained and thrown into battle in less-than-ideal circumstances. This is Roosevelt's eyewitness account of the Rough Rider's grueling, malaria-plagued campaign against Spanish forces in Cuba, including their famed uphill charge at San Juan Hill.
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