The Whites of Their Eyes: Bunker Hill, the First American Army, and the Emergence of George Washington. Harper, 2011.
“Lockhart’s shrewd, well-judged interpretation corrects myths about the battle and the men who fought it, while doing full justice to their achievement in creating an army — and a nation — out of chaos.” Publisher’s Weekly (starred review)
“Paul Lockhart is our best military writer on the Revolutionary War.” Richard Brookhiser, author of Founding Father: Rediscovering George Washington
“What a terrific biography this is — splendidly written with narrative sweep…. The dramatic story of how the American army that beat the British was forged has never been better told than in this remarkable book.” Doris Kearns Goodwin, author of Team of Rivals
“Lockhart’s book is based on a superb knowledge of Danish research. His work is empirical and analytical at a very high level…. Lockhart has written by far the best introduction in any language to the history of early modern Denmark.”–Steffen Heiberg, The International History Review
“…closely argued, well researched, and ultimately absorbing…Lockhart does a fine job of leading the reader through the twists and turns of these complex events….It is a fine achievement and a fascinating story.”
Andrew Pettegree, The Sixteenth Century Journal
Sweden in the Seventeenth Century. Palgrave Macmillan UK, 2004.
Denmark in the Thirty Years’ War, 1618 – 1648: King Christian IV and the Decline of the Oldenburg State. Susquehanna University Press, 1996.