Fiasco at Fredericksburg
The Pennsylvania State University Press, PA. "The most thorough study of the Union high command in the Fredericksburg campaign; documented and well-written." Nevins. "Although the Unionists made many mistakes in the engagement, and the civilian population saw it only as a great blunder, the fighting forces of the Army of the Potomac kept their honor intact, despite the errors of General Ambrose E. Burnside." The author, a career US Army officer, was killed in Vietnam in 1968. Very good copy of the first edition in a good dust jacket. This copy is stamped that it belonged to the Library of the Supreme Council of the Masons. 159 pages. Bookseller Inventory # 10758
Title: Fiasco at Fredericksburg
Publication Date: 1961
Book Condition: Very Good
Dust Jacket Condition: Good
Edition: 1st Edition
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