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Civil War Generals Virginia

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'Since the early 1850s, the threat of civil war between the North and South was inevitable, yet neither side took the concept of a drawn out conflict seriously. On May 24, 1861,Virginia left the Union. The state, particularly the northern section, was plunged into the heart of the war, enduring the longest military presence of any area during the course of the next four ...more
Paperback, 32 pages
Published 2000 by Bicast Publishing
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Apr 21, 2014 Gerry rated it really liked it
A study of 13 generals with Virginia connections, eight, Lee, Jackson, Stuart, Beauregard, Johnston, Early, Longstreet and Hill, represent the Confederates while Grant, Sheridan, McClellan, Meade and Sherman, are the Union representatives.

Lee, arguably one of the greatest soldiers in American history and known as 'the first gentleman of Virginia', was offered the leadership of the United States Army but he felt that he couldn't bear arms against his native Virginia so he offered his services to
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