Dowdey, Clifford

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Lee and His Men at Gettysburg
The Death of a Nation
By Clifford Dowdey
(Skyhorse Publishing)
In this sweeping account Clifford Dowdey recreates one of the most important battles in U.S. history. With vivid and breathtaking detail, Lee and His Men at Gettysburg is both a historical work and an honorary ode to the almost fifty thousand soldiers who died at the fields of Pennsylvania. Written with... [READ MORE]
Lee's Last Campaign
The Story of Lee and His Men Against Grant-1864
By Clifford Dowdey
(Skyhorse Publishing)
By May 1864, General Robert E. Lee had been transformed from a young soldier into a gray-haired patriarch of the Confederate cause. As Lee struggled to keep his ragged soldiers alive, he faced pressure from two fronts. Grant’s Union Army not only had superior numbers, but a steadfast infra-structure... [READ MORE]
Lee
A Biography
By Clifford Dowdey
(Skyhorse Publishing)
General Robert E. Lee is well known as a major figure in the Civil War. However, by removing Lee from the delimiting frame of the Civil War and placing him in the context of the Republic's total history, Dowdey shows the "eternal relevance" of this tragic figure to the American heritage. With access... [READ MORE]
Seven Days
The Emergence of Robert E. Lee and the Dawn of a Legend
By Clifford Dowdey, Introduction by Robert K. Krick
(Skyhorse Publishing)
The Seven Days Campaign was a series of battles fought near Richmond at the end of June 1862. General Robert E. Lee’s Army of Northern Virginia had routed General George B. McClellan’s Army of the Potomac. Depriving McClellan of a military decision meant the war would continue for two more years. The... [READ MORE]
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