Fredericksburg Campaign: Winter War In Rappahannock By Oreilly Civil War History
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Fredericksburg Campaign: Winter War In Rappahannock By Oreilly Civil War History:
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THE FREDERICKSBURG CAMPAIGN: WINTER WAR ON THE RAPPAHANNOCK by Francis Augustin O'Reilly; PUBLISHER: Louisiana State University Press, Baton Rouge, LA; 2006 first printing; 650 pages.
The battle at Fredericksburg, Virginia, in December 1862 involved hundreds of thousands of men; produced staggering, unequal casualties; ruined the career of Ambrose E. Burnside; embarrassed Abraham Lincoln; and distinguished Robert E. Lee as one of the greatest military strategeists of his era. Francis Augustin O'Reilly draws upon his intimate knowledge of the battlegrounds to discuss the unprecendented nature of Fredericksburg's warfare.
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