The Generals of Gettysburg: the Leaders Of America's Greatest Battle

Paperback | June 19, 2003

byLarry Tagg

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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.

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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 bat...

Larry Tagg, a lifelong student of the battle of Gettysburg, lives in Northern California.

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Format:PaperbackPublished:June 19, 2003Publisher:Da Capo BooksLanguage:English

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ISBN - 10:0306812428

ISBN - 13:9780306812422

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"The Generals of Gettysburg is an entertaining and colorful examination of these remarkable men, and will be hailed as both a marvelous read and an indispensable reference work."