General Lee's army: from victory to collapse

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This sweeping history of the Civil War and the Confederacy is told through the lens of its most crucial army, the Army of Northern Virginia commanded by Robert E. Lee. General Lee's Army takes listeners across the Rebel landscape, from campfires to battlefields to their homes, as it portrays a world of life, death, healing, and hardship. Detailing the feelings and conduct of officers and enlisted men throughout the course of the war, it demonstrates how effectively Lee's men served their country and just how close the South came to winning the great war between the states-and why it ultimately lost. Glatthaar investigates the South's commitment to the war and its gradual erosion, and he analyzes Lee's army in triumph and defeat. Fourteen years in the making, this scholarly tour-de-force upends much of the conventional wisdom about the Civil War.
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subject_facet Confederate States of America. -- Army of Northern Virginia
Lee, Robert E. -- (Robert Edward), -- 1807-1870 -- Military leadership
Soldiers -- Confederate States of America -- Attitudes
Soldiers -- Confederate States of America -- Psychology
Soldiers -- Confederate States of America -- Social conditions
United States -- History -- Civil War, 1861-1865 -- Campaigns
United States -- History -- Civil War, 1861-1865 -- Regimental histories
Virginia -- History -- Civil War, 1861-1865 -- Campaigns
title_display General Lee's army : from victory to collapse
title_full General Lee's army : from victory to collapse [electronic resource] / Joseph T. Glatthaar
title_short General Lee's army :
title_sub from victory to collapse
topic_facet Attitudes
Campaigns
History
Lee, Robert E
Military leadership
Psychology
Regimental histories
Social conditions
Soldiers