✓ Lee's Lieutenants, Volume 2: A Study in Command, Cedar Mountain to Chancellorsville ↠ Douglas Southall Freeman, Lee's Lieutenants, Volume 2: A Study in Command, Cedar Mountain to Chancellorsville, Douglas Southall Freeman, Lee s Lieutenants Volume A Study in Command Cedar Mountain to Chancellorsville An unquestioned masterpiece of the historian s art and a towering landmark in the literature of the American Civil War Volume one of this magnificent three volume narrative closed with the Confederate reorganization that followed the Seven Days battles In volume two Cedar Mountain to Chancellorsville Douglas Sou ✓ Lee's Lieutenants, Volume 2: A Study in Command, Cedar Mountain to Chancellorsville ↠ Douglas Southall Freeman - Lee's Lieutenants, Volume 2: A Study in Command, Cedar Mountain to Chancellorsville, Lee s Lieutenants Volume A Study in Command Cedar Mountain to Chancellorsville An unquestioned masterpiece of the historian s art and a towering landmark in the literature of the American Civil War Volume one of this magnificent three volume narrative closed with the Confederat

  • Title: Lee's Lieutenants, Volume 2: A Study in Command, Cedar Mountain to Chancellorsville
  • Author: Douglas Southall Freeman
  • ISBN: 9780684837840
  • Page: 407
  • Format: Hardcover

✓ Lee's Lieutenants, Volume 2: A Study in Command, Cedar Mountain to Chancellorsville ↠ Douglas Southall Freeman ✓ Lee's Lieutenants, Volume 2: A Study in Command, Cedar Mountain to Chancellorsville ↠ Douglas Southall Freeman - Lee's Lieutenants, Volume 2: A Study in Command, Cedar Mountain to Chancellorsville, Lee s Lieutenants Volume A Study in Command Cedar Mountain to Chancellorsville An unquestioned masterpiece of the historian s art and a towering landmark in the literature of the American Civil War Volume one of this magnificent three volume narrative closed with the Confederat

  • ✓ Lee's Lieutenants, Volume 2: A Study in Command, Cedar Mountain to Chancellorsville ↠ Douglas Southall Freeman
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Lee's Lieutenants, Volume 2: A Study in Command, Cedar Mountain to Chancellorsville

About "Douglas Southall Freeman"

  1. Douglas Southall Freeman

    The son of a Confederate veteran, Douglas Southall Freeman was long interested in the Civil War A man of intense work ethic, he earned his PhD at 22, then balanced a journalist s demanding schedule with a historian s, as he churned out Lee s Dispatches 1915 , the Pulitzer Prize winning four volume R E Lee A Biography 1934 35 , Lee s Lieutenants A Study in Command 1942 44 , and finally, the multi volume George Washington 1948 54 A respected historian, renown for his research, he garnered fame in his native Virginia and the friendship of major military figures.

752 thoughts on “Lee's Lieutenants, Volume 2: A Study in Command, Cedar Mountain to Chancellorsville”


  1. Style This is a great book, although I suspect its revolutionary writing style has lost a certain something.Freeman wrote using the Fog of War technique he presents you with all the data the commanding general knew at the time, and reviewed the possible actions that made sense given the training they d received and lessons experienced.This has become copied all too frequentlye it s a great technique for military history Coddington s The Gettysburg Campaign A Study in Command uses the same style, [...]


  2. Not actually reading this particular edition I have a copy of the 1946 edition, in the original slipcase from my father s library It is fascinating, although the language is a little formal, its a good read What s sort of interesting is that when this book was written in 1936 the Civil War had ended only 71 years prior About the same amount of time has passed since the book was written Still very contemporary, but it does say something about the perspective my Dad had on the Civil War, somewhat [...]


  3. Douglas Freeman s book, Lee s Lieutenants Volume 2 covers the campaigns of the Army of Northern Virginia from Spring 1862 to the death of Stonewall Jackson in May1863 My edition was published in 1943 and the writing as well as research is exceptional I was mesmerized by the descriptions of Sharpsburg and Chancellorsville battles This book is a classic and a must read for military history fans.


  4. Two thirds of the way through my winter reading project, Lee s Lieutenants by Douglas Southall Freeman Terrific details and language Even after than 40 years of studying the Civil War, there was much to learn of the relationships and disagreements between Confederate leaders Hope to finish Volume III by the start of the new year.


  5. This volume is far interesting to me probably due to the war having developed and munitions and war materiel amassed The slaughter just goes on though as it turns into a nightmare that no one can ever wake up from



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