Last Road North

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A Guide to the Gettysburg Campaign, 1863
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Artikel-Nr:
9781611212440
Veröffentl:
2016
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EPUB
Seiten:
0
Autor:
Robert Orrison
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EPUB
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EPUB
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Adobe DRM [Hard-DRM]
Sprache:
Englisch
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A guide to the Gettysburg Civil War battlefields and their history, featuring lesser-known sites, side trips, and optional stops along the way."e;I thought my men were invincible,"e; admitted Robert E. Lee.A string of battlefield victories through 1862 had culminated in the spring of 1863 with Lee's greatest victory yet: the battle of Chancellorsville. Propelled by the momentum of that supreme moment, confident in the abilities of his men, Lee decided to once more take the fight to the Yankees and launched this army on another invasion of the North.An appointment with destiny awaited in the little Pennsylvania college town of Gettysburg.Historian Dan Welch follows in the footsteps of the Army of Northern Virginia and the Army of the Potomac as the two foes cat-and-mouse their way northward, ultimately clashing in the costliest battle in North American history.Based on the Gettysburg Civil War Trails, and packed with dozens of lesser-known sites related to the Gettysburg Campaign, The Last Road North: A Guide to the Gettysburg Campaign offers the ultimate Civil War road trip."e;Orrison and Welch have created something different. Historians must search for innovative ways to engage the public on the battle's relevance. This book offers a new experience for tourists-one that enriches their visit to the site of one of the most consequential battles in American history."e; -Matt Arendt, TCU, for Gettysburg Magazine"e;Shows a deep knowledge of the subject and the style of writing is clear and easy to follow . . . buy this book!"e; -Wargames, Soldiers & Strategy
A guide to the Gettysburg Civil War battlefields and their history, featuring lesser-known sites, side trips, and optional stops along the way."e;I thought my men were invincible,"e; admitted Robert E. Lee.A string of battlefield victories through 1862 had culminated in the spring of 1863 with Lee's greatest victory yet: the battle of Chancellorsville. Propelled by the momentum of that supreme moment, confident in the abilities of his men, Lee decided to once more take the fight to the Yankees and launched this army on another invasion of the North.An appointment with destiny awaited in the little Pennsylvania college town of Gettysburg.Historian Dan Welch follows in the footsteps of the Army of Northern Virginia and the Army of the Potomac as the two foes cat-and-mouse their way northward, ultimately clashing in the costliest battle in North American history.Based on the Gettysburg Civil War Trails, and packed with dozens of lesser-known sites related to the Gettysburg Campaign, The Last Road North: A Guide to the Gettysburg Campaign offers the ultimate Civil War road trip."e;Orrison and Welch have created something different. Historians must search for innovative ways to engage the public on the battle's relevance. This book offers a new experience for tourists-one that enriches their visit to the site of one of the most consequential battles in American history."e; -Matt Arendt, TCU, for Gettysburg Magazine"e;Shows a deep knowledge of the subject and the style of writing is clear and easy to follow . . . buy this book!"e; -Wargames, Soldiers & Strategy

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