Gettysburg 1863: High Tide of the Confederacy (Campaign, Volume 52)

By Carl Smith

Osprey's research of the conflict of Gettysburg (1863), one of many decisive battles of the yankee Civil struggle (1861-1865). The accomplice invasion of the Northern states was once common Lee's final nice gamble. by way of taking the struggle to the Union he was hoping to strength Lincoln into peace negotiations, or win help from the ecu powers who have been observing occasions heavily from around the Atlantic. both, Meade's military of the Potomac had to regain it's struggling with credibility after the setbacks of Fredericksburg and observed this as a chance to redeem its honour. The conflict of 150,000 squaddies from either side might finally come to a decision the destiny of a nation.

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