[PDF] ✈ To Antietam Creek ✍ D. Scott Hartwig – Writerscompany.co.uk

An excellent look at the period leading up to the Battle of Antietam in 1862 I was especially impressed with the details on the Battle of South Mountain, and am looking forward to the book on the battle itself. Highly DetailedTook me three years to finish Excellently researched and written very well Hartwig s history is very detailed. In September 1862 The Federal Army Huddled Within The Defenses Of Washington, Disorganized And Discouraged From Its Recent Defeat At Second Manassas Confederate General Robert E Lee Led His Tough And Confident Army Of Northern Virginia Into Maryland In A Bold Gamble To Force A Showdown That Would Win Southern Independence The Future Of The Union Hung In The Balance The Campaign That Followed Lasted Only Two Weeks, But It Changed The Course Of The Civil War.For The Sesquicentennial Of Antietam And The Maryland Campaign, D Scott Hartwig Delivers A Two Volume Study Of The Campaign And Climactic Battle This Riveting First Installment Takes The Reader From The Controversial Return Of George B McClellan As Commander Of The Army Of The Potomac Through The Confederate Invasion, The Siege And Capture Of Harpers Ferry, The Day Long Battle Of South Mountain, And Ultimately, To The Eve Of The Great And Terrible Battle Of Antietam.794 Pages In Total, 652 Pages Of Narrative To Antietam Creek


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