Richard McMurry compares the two largest Confederate armies, assessing why Lee's Army of Northern Virginia was more successful than the Army of Tennessee. His bold conclusion is that Lee's army was a better army--not just one with a better high command. qSheds new light on how the South lost the Civil War.--American Historical Review qMcMurry's mastery of the literature is impressive, and his clear and succinct writing style is a pleasure to read. . . . Comparison of the two great rebel armies offers valuable insights into the difficulties of the South's military situation.--Maryland HistorianAn Essay in Confederate Military History Richard M. McMurry ... Essay in Confederate Military History Richard M. McMurry The University of North Carolina Press Chapel Hill and London Ac 1989 The University of North Carolina Press All rights.
|Title||:||Two Great Rebel Armies|
|Author||:||Richard M. McMurry|
|Publisher||:||UNC Press Books - 2014-02-01|