Advance and retreat, personal experiences in the United States and Confederate States armies (Google eBook)

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Advance and Retreat: Personal Experiences in the United States and Confederate States Armies

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These remembrances by a Confederate officer were published posthumously in 1880. Though only a colonel, Hood managed to wrestle command of the army of Tennessee away from Gen. Joe Johnston (mentioned ... Read full review

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Not worth reading. Biased and defensive. Hood was engaged in a controversy with Joseph E. Johnston and trying to repair his reputation. Read full review

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Advance and Retreat
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