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In early September, 1862, a freshly victorious Confederate Army led by master strategist General Robert E. Lee was poised at the doorstep of Washington D.C. Lee was determined to play his position to fullest advantage by carrying the war onto Northern soil for the first time. With the battle cry of "On to Maryland," Lee's ragged troops crossed the Potomac. In this Time Life AudioBook, letters, journal entries and reports chronicle the bloody battle which left 4,000 men from both armies killed, wounded or captured in the desperate struggle to repel the first Confederate invasion of Union territory.
©1996 Time-Life Books, All Rights Reserved (P)16 9; 1998 Time Warner AudioBooks; 1998 Time Warner AudioBooks (Packaging Elements Only), A Division of Time Warner Trade Publishing

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  • Lee Ann M
  • 23-03-18

Demasculanized the civil war

the actors in This audiobook totally demasculinized the soldiers fighting in the Civil War. Overly dramatic and unnecessarily added music to the book took away from the actual history of what happened. If I wanted an actor's portrayal I would have watched a stupid Hollywood movie. This Book is terrible.