Lost Triumph: Lee's Real Plan at Gettysburg--And Why It Failed


This is a fresh and fascinating new look at one of the most pivotal moments in American history: the Battle of Gettysburg, when Union forces repelled the brilliant Robert E. Lee, who had already thrashed a long line of Federal opponents--just as he was poised at the back door of the nation's capital. Conventional wisdom holds that Lee made one profoundly wrong decision on the last day of the battle--launching "Pickett's Charge" uphill across an open field against the heart of the Union defense. But why would he have ...

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