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1-242970 Gottfried, Bradley

RACE TO THE POTOMAC: Lee and Meade After Gettysburg, July 4-14, 1863
Even before the guns fell silent at Gettysburg, Robert E. Lee was preparing for the arduous task of getting his defeated Confederate army back safely into northern Virginia. It was an enormous, complex, and exceedingly dangerous undertaking -- all in a pouring rainstorm and all under the shadow of a possible attack from the Federal Army of the Potomac. Lee first needed to assemble two wagon trains, one to transport the wounded and the other to deliver the tons of supplies acquired by the army as it roamed across Pennsylvania and Maryland on the way to Gettysburg. Once the wagon trains were set, he mapped routes for his infantry and artillery on different roads to speed the journey and protect his command. Includes 13 maps and 134 images.1 vol, 192 pgs 2024 US, SAVAS BEATIE
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