Braxton Bragg and Confederate Defeat, Volume 2

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University of Alabama Press, 1969 - History - 320 pages
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In the Summer of 1863, Confederate General Braxton Bragg was commander of the Army of Tennessee, still reeling from its defeat in January at Murfreesboro, Tenn.
 

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Contents

n Simple Fighting Would Be Refreshing Recreation
28
1n The Responsibilities Weigh Heavily upon Him
47
1v More Than He Has Bargin Fcr
66
Howling on His Hind Legs
88
An Unhappy Course of Conduct
109
vn No Satisfactory Excuse
127
v1n Have a Little Charity for Bragg
150
1x When a Man Has Power
165
All Personal Questions Should Be Adjourned
203
xn If the Commanding General I lad Done His Duty
220
x1n Most Sad and I lumiliating
242
Braxton Bragg
267
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