The U.S. Army War College guide to the Battles of Chancellorsville & Fredericksburg

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Perennial Library, 1988 - History - 360 pages
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Uses reports by the participating officers to recreate the two campaigns and recount the final moments of General Stonewall Jackson

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Review: Guide to the Battle of Chancellorsville and Fredericksburg (US Army War College Guides to Civil War Battles)

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great. includes (is largely) after action reports of officers. Read full review

Review: Guide to the Battle of Chancellorsville and Fredericksburg (US Army War College Guides to Civil War Battles)

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The maps are a bit tricky to follow when reading the book. Otherwise it would have been 5 stars. Read full review

Contents

Observations Fredericksburg
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2 Establishing the Bridgehead
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4 General Situation at Dawn 13 December 1862
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Copyright

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About the author (1988)

Jay Luvaas has been a scholar and teacher of military history for more than thirty years. He has taught at Allegheny College, the U.S. Military History Institute at Carlisle Barracks, and the U.S. Army War College, where he was the first Professor of Military History. He is the author or editor of five books, including "Frederick the Great on the Art of War, " and has contributed to or co-authored a dozen more. "Napoleon on the Art of War" is the culmination of three decades of work.

Harold W. Nelson, a retired brigadier general, is a former U.S. Army Chief of Military History. Luvaas and Nelson have also coedited series guides to the battles of Antietam, Gettysburg, and Chancellorsville and Fredericksburg.