- Author:Brian M. Thomsen
- Publisher:Forge Books; 1st edition (December 13, 2002)
- Pages:384 pages
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General William Tecumseh Sherman on his infamous march through Georgia.
General William Tecumseh Sherman on his infamous march through Georgia. General George Armstrong Custer's experience of going straight from studying at West Point to the Battlefield. General (CSA) James Longstreet on serving under Robert E. Lee. General (CSA) G. Moxley Sorrel on serving under General James Longstreet. Major (CSA) J. S. Mosby on the South's guerrilla campaign.
Selections include: General William Tecumseh Sherman on his infamous march through Georgia. Mosby on the South's guerrilla campaign
Commanding Voices of Blue & Gray.
Commanding Voices of Blue & Gray. General William T. Sherman, General George Custer, General James Longstreet, & Major . Mosby, Among Others, in Their Own Words.
381 pages : 24 cm. Documents the Civil War as experienced by the commanders on both sides, in an anthology that features the writings of such figures as Sherman, McClellan, Mosby, Longstreet, Custer, and others. A Tom Doherty Associates book. Includes bibliographical references (page 381). Abraham Lincoln - Jefferson Davis - George Armstrong Custer - John S. Mosby - George McClellan - James Longstreet - Abner Doubleday - G. Moxley Sorrel - William T. Sherman - John Bell Hood - Lew Wallace - Jubal Early.
Commanding Voices of Blue & Gray: General William T.
Selections include: General William Tecumseh Sherman on his infamous march through Georgia General George B. . Sherman, General George Custer, General James Longstreet,and Major . Its not me Its u · 1 decade ago. Sherman, General George Custer, General . By Thomsen, Brian M. Forge, New York, 2002. Commanding Voices presents in a single volume the personal words of these leaders and provides an overview of the command experience in the Civil Wa. Includes introduction and bibliographical refereences. We have study and that i am sure that i will planning to go through yet again again in the future.
General William B. Bate Camp Sons of Confederate Veterans. Major John Pelham Camp SCV. Cause. 28th Virginia Infantry Regiment. Non-profit organisation. Sons of Confederate Veterans Mingo Militia 1717. Robert E. Lee, General. Company A, 15th Regiment Alabama Volunteer Infantry.