Lee and His Army in Confederate History

The University of North Carolina Press
  • erschienen im Dezember 2001
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  • 320 Seiten
978-0-8078-7562-9 (ISBN)
A leading Civil War historian examines Robert E. Lee, his leadership, and his place in Confederate history. In eight essays, Gallagher explores Lee's operations, his role in maintaining Confederate national morale, and the quality of his generalship and considers how best to consider Lee's legacy in light of the many distortions that grew out of Lost Cause historiography.
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  • Cover Page
  • Lee & His Army in Confederate History
  • Copyright Page
  • Dedication
  • Contents
  • Preface
  • Acknowledgments
  • Essay Credits
  • Part One Lee' Campaigns
  • The Net Result of the Campaign Was in Our Favor
  • The Yanks Have Had a Terrible Whipping
  • Lee's Army Has Not Lost Any of Its Prestige
  • Our Hearts Are Full of Hope
  • Part Two Lee as a Confederate General
  • An Old-Fashioned Soldier in a Modern War?
  • I Have to Make the Best of What I Have
  • Fighting the Battles of Second Fredericksburg & Salem Church
  • Part Three Lee & His Army in the Lost Cause
  • Shaping Public Memory of the Civil War
  • Index

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