Filled with insightful anecdotes and lively narrative, The Generals of Gettysburg presents detailed information on the character and personality of all 133 combat-command officers as well as an in-depth account of each man's actions on the field. This marriage of character --the features and attributes of a man--with each general's battlefield record, offers new insights into the battle and its outcome.Gettysburg: The Second Day. ... County Manual Labor School, and by his thirties was a prosperous plantation owner and lawyer in Cassville, Georgia. ... Thomas Cobb. At the Battle of Fredericksburg, Cobba#39;s Brigade played a central role behind the famous stone wall on Maryea#39;s Heights, where Cobb was mortally wounded.
|Title||:||Generals of Gettysburg|
|Publisher||:||Da Capo Press - 2008-12-01|