Memoirs of a Confederate Staff Officer: From Bethel to Bentonville

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Major James Ratchford's reminiscences, unrevealed for more than one hundred years, provide a different perspective on the generals he served and the more than thirty engagements he survived. As adjutant general to Daniel Harvey Hill, John B. Hood, and Stephen D. Lee, Ratchford participated in major battles in the East, such as Fredericksburg and the Seven Days, witnessed the siege of Atlanta, and finally surrendered with Joseph E. Johnston's army at Greensboro, North Carolina, in April 1865. Professor Sieburg, Ratchford's ...

Memoirs of a Confederate Staff Officer: From Bethel to Bentonville 1998, White Mane Publishing Company

ISBN-13: 9781572490925

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