Glory Road: the bloody route from Fredericksburg to Gettysburg
A record of the Army of the Potomac during the period between autumn, 1862, in which the fortunes of war turned from defeat to the beginning of victory for the Union cause. A sequel to Mr. Lincoln's Army.
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