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Lost victories : the military genius of Stonewall Jackson

Author: Bevin Alexander
Publisher: New York : Holt, 1992.
Edition/Format:   Book : Biography : English : 1st edView all editions and formats
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This analysis of the battles and writings of Stonewall Jackson concludes that had Jackson taken charge instead of Lee, the South would have suffered fewer casualties.
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Genre/Form: Biography
Case studies
History
Named Person: Stonewall Jackson; Stonewall Jackson; Stonewall Jackson
Material Type: Biography, Internet resource
Document Type: Book, Internet Resource
All Authors / Contributors: Bevin Alexander
ISBN: 0805018301 9780805018301
OCLC Number: 25629687
Notes: "A John Macrae Book."
Description: xiii, 350 pages : maps ; 24 cm
Contents: First Manassas : a new kind of war --
"There stands Jackson like a stone wall" --
The valley : keeping McClellan out of Richmond --
The sweep to the Potomac --
Carrying the war to the Susquehanna --
The first two of the seven days --
Frayser's Farm and Malvern Hill --
Jackson moves North --
The sweep behind Pope --
Jackson draws Pope into battle --
Incomplete victory at Second Manassas --
A lost order changes everything --
The bloodiest day --
Burnside falls into his own trap --
Hooker flanks Lee at Chancellorsville --
"Let us pass over the river" --
Could Jackson have won?
Responsibility: Bevin Alexander.

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This analysis of the battles and writings of Stonewall Jackson concludes that had Jackson taken charge instead of Lee, the South would have suffered fewer casualties.

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