Fought In A Tangled Forest Fringing The South Bank Of The Rapidan River, The Battle Of The Wilderness Marked The Initial Engagement In The Climactic Months Of The Civil War In Virginia, And The First Encounter Between Ulysses S Grant And Robert E Lee In An Exciting Narrative, Gordon C Rhea Provides The Consummate Recounting Of That Conflict Of May 5 And 6, 1864, Which Ended With High Casualties On Both Sides But No Clear Victor With Its Balanced Analysis Of Events And People, Command Structures And Strategies, The Battle Of The Wilderness Is Operational History As It Should Be Written.
Mr Rhea is a nationally acclaimed historian He has lectured extensively on topics of military history at the United States Army Training and Doctrine Command, at several National Military Parks, and at historical societies and civil war round tables across the country He had been a member of numerous boards of directors of historical societies, magazines, and historic preservation organizations
- 536 pages
- The Battle Of The Wilderness, May 5-6, 1864
- Gordon C. Rhea
- 21 April 2017 Gordon C. Rhea