Counter-thrust: From the Peninsula to the Antietam

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U of Nebraska Press, 1. jan. 2007 - 354 strani
Focuses on Union's internal conflict at building a successful military leadership team. This book shows us Lincoln's administration in disarray, with relations between the president and field commander McClellan strained to the breaking point. It gives details about the critical moment in the unfolding of the Civil War.
 

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1 Summer Impasse
1
2 From Tidewater to Cedar Mountain
32
3 Stonewall and a Virginia Reel
65
4 Lee and Pope at Second Manassas
96
5 In the Rain at Chantilly
138
6 Maryland My Maryland
165
7 South Mountain and Harpers Ferry
196
8 The Bridges of the Antietam
228
9 Opportunities Found and Lost
259
Notes
295
Bibliographic Essay
329
Index
341
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Benjamin Franklin Cooling is a professor of national security studies and former Associate Dean of Academic Programs at the Industrial College of the Armed Forces, National Defense University, Washington, DC. He is a well-known author in military, naval, and air history and specializes in Civil War history, including studies of the conflict in Tennessee and Kentucky and defending Washington, DC.

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