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The Battle Of Chancellorsville The Attack Of Stonewall Jackson And His Army, Upon The Right Flank Of The Army Of The Potomac, 1863 by Augustus Choate Hamlin

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Published by Kessinger Publishing, LLC .
Written in English

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Number of Pages208
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Open LibraryOL10572239M
ISBN 100548274916
ISBN 109780548274910

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Chancellorsville is a valuable addition to the historiography and should be mandatory reading for all students of the Civil WarHistory: Reviews of New Books Gary Gallagher has again shown why he is a master editor-historian. These fresh, engrossing interpretations deserve book-length expansion/5(10). "Chancellorsville" is Book 4 by James Reasoner in The Civil War Battle Series, and from the title and the painting of Stonewall Jackson on the cover you know that this particular volume will end with the general's death after the battle/5(14). The Battle of Chancellorsville: Although thoroughly beaten mentally, Hooker maintained his outward bravado. He told Couch that Lee was "just where I want him; he must fight me on my own ground." But neither Couch nor others at Federal headquarters doubted the magnitude of .   Chancellorsville, Battle of, Chancellorsville, Va., Publisher Meadville, Pa., E. T. Bates Collection americana Digitizing sponsor Google Book from the collections of University of Michigan Language EnglishPages:

  Stephen Sears' "Chancellorsville" is one of the best written books on this epic Civil War battle. This volume begins with "the revolt of the generals," when two Union generals (Newton and Cochrane) represented to President Lincoln the dissatisfaction of many senior officers with the leadership of Ambrose Burnside after the disastrous Union defeat at Fredericksburg/5.   Chancellorsville Staff Ride Briefing Book by US Army Center of Military History Call Number: EC31 Chancellorsville: the battle and its aftermath by Gary W. Gallagher (Editor)Author: Winston Gould. eating supper, completely unprepared for battle. They abandoned their rifles and fled as Lee’s troops came shrieking out of the brush, bayonets drawn. Against all odds, Lee won the Battle of Chancellorsville, and Hooker’s forces withdrew in defeat. 1) Based on information in the passage, it can be concluded that Hooker lost the Battle ofFile Size: KB.   The Battle of Chancellorsville, fought from April 30 to May 6, , is widely considered to be Confederate Gen. Robert E. Lee’s greatest victory during the American Civil War. Facing an enemy force nearly twice the size of his own, Lee daringly split his troops in two, confronting and surprising Union Gen. Joseph Hooker.

The Battle of Chancellorsville took place in One hundred fifty-seven years later, what Robert E. Lee and Thomas J. “Stonewall” Jackson did on that battlefield in Virginia is still being taught at the United States Military Academy, also known as West Point, and other military schools around the world/5(15).   The battles of Fredericksburg and Chancellorsville, , were remarkable in several respects. Both revealed the problems of mounting a serious attack at night and provided the first examples of the now-familiar trench warfare.4/5. The Battle of Chancellorsville was depicted in the film Gods and Generals, based on the novel of the same name. The treatment of the battle in both the novel and the movie focuses on Jackson's assault on the Union right flank, his wounding, and his subsequent on: Spotsylvania County, Virginia, . Book Description: For years historians and military strategists have been obsessed by the battle of Chancellorsville. It began with an audaciously planned stroke by Union general Joe Hooker as he sent his army across the Rappahannock River and around Robert E. Lee's lines.