Bragg, Braxton and Confederate Defeat: v. 1 (Hardback)
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Bragg, Braxton and Confederate Defeat: v. 1 (Hardback)

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Hardback 448 Pages / Published: 30/11/1991
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Publisher: The University of Alabama Press
ISBN: 9780817305451
Number of pages: 448
Weight: 748 g
Dimensions: 222 x 146 x 38 mm
Edition: New edition


MEDIA REVIEWS

"Thoroughly reseached, effectively organized, and gracefully written. It presents Bragg as a brave, almost impetuous, meticulous, and undeniably successful line officer who seems to have lost his touch when given the task of managing large bodies of troops in the field. . . . This study is a must for any serious collection of Confederate military history." - "Choice "


Thoroughly reseached, effectively organized, and gracefully written. It presents Bragg as a brave, almost impetuous, meticulous, and undeniably successful line officer who seems to have lost his touch when given the task of managing large bodies of troops in the field. . . . This study is a must for any serious collection of Confederate military history. "Choice "

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"Thoroughly reseached, effectively organized, and gracefully written. It presents Bragg as a brave, almost impetuous, meticulous, and undeniably successful line officer who seems to have lost his touch when given the task of managing large bodies of troops in the field. . . . This study is a must for any serious collection of Confederate military history." - Choice
"Thoroughly researched, effectively organized, and gracefully written, Braxton Bragg and Confederate Defeat presents Bragg as a brave, almost impetuous, meticulous, and undeniably successful line officer who seems to have lost his touch when given the task of managing large bodies of troops in the field . . . This study is a must for any serious collection of Confederate military history."
--Choice
"The real importance of this volume is that it undermines the traditional stereotype of Bragg, molded in the war and passed down through successive generations of writers, as an incompetent and counter-productive presence in the Rebel high command. The image of Bragg that I retain is of a dedicated soldier who gave valuable service to the Confederacy, particularly as an administrator."
--Florida Historical Quarterly

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