Civil War Goats and Scapegoats

Cumberland House, 2008 - 378 Seiten
Civil War Goats and Scapegoatslooks at the good, the bad, and the ugly among the politicians and generals in the Civil War, North and South. Organized into three parts - the eastern theater, the western theater, and Andersonville - the book describes major blunders made by generals in 17 battles.

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H. Donald Winkler, a writer, editor, and retired university administrator, has spent more than ten years on original research on the women in Abraham Lincoln's life since discovering that he is related to Ann Rutledge. He has received 84 national awards for publications and was inducted into the Virginia Communications Hall of Fame. Formerly from Hilton Head, South Carolina, he and his wife live in Gatlinburg, Tennessee.

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