Lee and His Generals
Lee and His Generals was written shortly after the Civil War and published in 1867. Captain Snow wrote his vivid accounts while the events of the war were still fresh in his memory. The text of Lee and His Generals is both historical and biographical. It provides the reader with a comprehensive view of all the military operations undertaken by the Confederacy. The author analyzes the military talents and measures the capabilities of each commander. The book also portrays the personal characteristics of the great Confederate leaders and of the men who fought so bravely for their cause. Lee and His Generals is a passionate and personal account of a fascinating group of military personalities.
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General Robert Edward Lee
Lieutenantgeneral Thomas J Jackson
General F G T Beauregard
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