Brigades Of Gettysburg: The Union And Confederate Brigades At The Battle Of Gettysburg

Bradley M. Gottfried

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Brigades Of Gettysburg: The Union And Confederate Brigades At The Battle Of Gettysburg

Brigades Of Gettysburg The Union And Confederate Brigades At The Battle Of Gettysburg While the battle of Gettysburg is certainly the most studied battle in American history a comprehensive treatment of the part played by each unit has been ignored Brigades of Gettysburg fills this vo

  • Title: Brigades Of Gettysburg: The Union And Confederate Brigades At The Battle Of Gettysburg
  • Author: Bradley M. Gottfried
  • ISBN: 9780306811753
  • Page: 200
  • Format: Hardcover
  • While the battle of Gettysburg is certainly the most studied battle in American history, a comprehensive treatment of the part played by each unit has been ignored Brigades of Gettysburg fills this void by presenting a complete account of every brigade unit at Gettysburg and providing a fresh perspective of the battle.Using the words of enlisted men and officers, the authWhile the battle of Gettysburg is certainly the most studied battle in American history, a comprehensive treatment of the part played by each unit has been ignored Brigades of Gettysburg fills this void by presenting a complete account of every brigade unit at Gettysburg and providing a fresh perspective of the battle.Using the words of enlisted men and officers, the author well known Civil War historian Bradley Gottfried weaves a fascinating narrative of the role played by every brigade at the famous three day battle, as well as a detailed description of each brigade unit Organized by order of battle, each brigade is covered in complete and exhaustive detail where it fought, who commanded, what constituted the unit, and how it performed in battle Innovative in its approach and comprehensive in its coverage, Brigades of Gettysburg is certain to be a classic and indispensable reference for the battle of Gettysburg for years to come.

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    One thought on “Brigades Of Gettysburg: The Union And Confederate Brigades At The Battle Of Gettysburg

    1. Robert B. Nisbet on said:

      Unique view of the battleExceptionally well organized and documented. One of best books l have read about the battle. Would like to see other battles done in the same way.

    2. Charlesvan Buren on said:

      Detailed but not boring, January 7, 2016This review is from: Brigades of Gettysburg: The Union and Confederate Brigades at the Battle of Gettysburg (Paperback)Those with an interest in the details of troop movements and operations at the battle of Gettysburg will be hard pressed to find a better book for research. The information would also be of assistance to wargamers and designers. Authors of alternate history and others with an interest in "what if" will find plenty upon which to speculate [...]

    3. Steven Peterson on said:

      Bradley Gottfried's book, Brigades of Gettysburg, would be a nice addition to a person's Civil War Library. This would be especially interesting for those who want to know about key battles in more detail than one would get in a standard rendering of the battle. This book is kin to Larry Tagg's The Generals of Gettysburg, a volume that discusses the role of general officers at Gettysburg, including Army leaders down to generals/colonels heading the Brigade level. As a result, there is much briga [...]

    4. Scott L. on said:

      A very detailed book on each brigades' actions at Gettysburg. Not for the casual reader, I can only recommend this book to true students of the battle. Even then, there are minor detail errors that make the book somewhat annoying even to the serious student. I do recommend reading it if you are a true devotee of the Battle of Gettysburg; if not, there are other books (Sears, Trudeau, and Coddington come to mind) that are much better and easier reading.

    5. Richard Lucas on said:

      An excellent scholarly work.I chose this rating due to the technical aspect of the book. it is an excellent reference source. However, if your looking for a book on the civil war that will rivet your attention, my recommendation is to look elsewhere.

    6. Fredrick Danysh on said:

      Gettysburg was the turning point of the American Civil War. The author discusses the role each brigade [and its regiments] played in the battle. A usefule tool for the Civil War buff.

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