By Charles P. Roland
" With a brand new foreword through Gary W. Gallagher chosen as the best 100 books ever written at the Civil struggle via Civil battle instances Illustrated and by means of Civil battle: The journal of the Civil struggle Society a brand new, revised version of the single full-scale biography of the Confederacy's top-ranking box common throughout the starting campaigns of the Civil War.
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