Return to Bull Run
The Campaign and Battle of Second ManassasBook - 1993
"This comprehensively researched, well-written book represents the definitive account of Robert E. Lee's triumph over Union leader John Pope in the summer of 1862. . . . Lee's strategic skills, and the capabilities of his principal subordinates James Longstreet and Stonewall Jackson, brought the Confederates onto the field of Second Manassas at the right places and times against a Union army that knew how to fight, but not yet how to win."-"Publishers Weekly" "The deepest, most comprehensive, and most definitive work on this Civil War campaign, by the unchallenged authority."-James I. Robertson Jr., author of "Stonewall Jackson"
Publisher: New York : Simon & Schuster, c1993
Branch Call Number: 973.731 H515
Characteristics: xiv, 607 p. : ill. ; 24 cm