General Lee s Army

Lee appreciated his aggressiveness in combat and his brilliant march from Harpers Ferry to save the army at Antietam. ... an old Regular Army officer who had fought well with Jackson in the Valley and ever since, 256 / General Lee's Army.

General Lee s Army

Author: Joseph Glatthaar

Publisher: Simon and Schuster

ISBN: 1416596976

Page: 624

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A history of the Confederate troops under Robert E. Lee presents portraits of soldiers from all walks of life, offers insight into how the Confederacy conducted key operations, and reveals how closely the South came to winning the war.

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