The court-martial of George Armstrong Custer

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Scribner, 1976 - Biography & Autobiography - 291 pages
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George Armstrong Custer, the golden-boy of the 7th Cavalry, is miraculously found alive among the hundreds of dead soldiers. Then, as a stunned nation looks on, he is put on trial for disobeying orders. While the prosecutor shows Custer as a murderous grandstander, reckless with the lives of his men, the public wants desperately to believe that their hero made a simple mistake. Finally, it's Custer's turn to reveal what really happened that sweltering day along the Little Bighorn.

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User Review  - Farrell Yancy - Goodreads

Very few figures in American History have been as polarizing as George Armstrong Custer. Was he a great soldier or was he only a glory seeking blow hard. Half of his men loved him and thought he was ... Read full review

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User Review  - Katy M - Goodreads

I love history and I love what-if scenarios and courtroom drams, so this should have been right up my alley. But, I found it to be pretty boring. Read full review


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