May I Quote You, Stonewall Jackson?: Observations and Utterances of the South's Great Generals
Randall J. Bedwell
Cumberland House, 1997 - Biography & Autobiography - 87 pages
Explores the words and statements of great generals that represent a period in history as far removed from contemporary experience as the way of life they fought to preserve. The statements in this volume speak of duty and principle, faith and doubt, bravery in the face of certain defeat, hard choices, and the qualities of leadership that made those men great. Their wisdom, contained in their words and actions, is an immortal testament to their dignity, character and bravery.
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