Last Chance For Victory



Gettysburg Is The Most Written About Battle In American Military History Generations After Nearly 50,000 Soldiers Shed Their Blood There, Serious And Fundamental Misunderstandings Persist About Robert E Lee S Generalship During The Campaign And Battle Most Are The Basis Of Popular Myths About The Epic Fight Last Chance For Victory Robert E Lee And The Gettysburg Campaign Addresses These Issues By Studying Lee S Choices Before, During, And After The Battle, The Information He Possessed At The Time And Each Decision That Was Made, And Why He Acted As He Did Even Options Open To Lee That He Did Not Act Upon Are Carefully Explored From The Perspective Of What Lee And His Generals Knew At The Time Some Of The Issues Addressed Include Whether Lee S Orders To Jeb Stuart Were Discretionary And Allowed Him To Conduct His Raid Around The Federal Army The Authors Conclusively Answer This Important Question With The Most Original And Unique Analysis Ever Applied To This Controversial Issue Why Richard Ewell Did Not Attack Cemetery Hill As Ordered By General Lee, And Why Every Historian Who Has Written That Lee S Orders To Ewell Were Discretionary Are Dead Wrong Why Little Round Top Was Irrelevant To The July 2 Fighting, A Fact Lee Clearly Recognized Why Cemetery Hill Was The Weakest Point Along The Entire Federal Line, And How Close The Southerners Came To Capturing It Why Lee Decided To Launch En Echelon Attack On July 2, And Why Most Historians Have Never Understood What It Was Or How Close It Came To Success Last Chance For Victory Will Be Labeled Heresy By Some, Blasphemy By Others, All Because Its Authors Dare To Call Into Question The Dogmas Of Gettysburg But They Do So Carefully, Using Facts, Logic, And Reason To Weave One Of The Most Compelling And Riveting Military History Books Of Our Age.Readers Will Never Look At Robert E Lee And Gettysburg The Same Way Again.Last Chance For Victory

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  • Hardcover
  • 640 pages
  • Last Chance For Victory
  • Bill Ward
  • English
  • 22 September 2018
  • 1882810651

10 thoughts on “Last Chance For Victory

  1. says:

    This book is a hefty tome which I had standing on the shelve gathering dust for quite some time Had I known how good it was I would have picked it up much earlier Even though I have read over a hundred books on the battle campaign of Gettysburg Last Chance for Victory is still very interesting and tells many a new thing from a viewpoint different then all other books available Further it does so in a convincing, altough sometimes a bit repettative, manner.The surprising new insights and c This book is a hefty tome which I had standing on the shelve gathering dust for quite some time Had I known how good it was I would have picked it up much earlier Even though I have read over a hundred books on the battle campaign of Gettysburg Last Chance for Victory is still very interesting and tells many a new thing from a viewpoint different then all other books available Further it does so in a convincing, altough sometimes a bit repettative, manner.The surprising new insights and conclusions and make this perhaps one of the best book I have read on the battl...

  2. says:

    Pg 604 The Bliss farm is mentioned six times in the index.Pg 262 Tige Anderson supported Robertson What did Robertson do Pg Pg 285 Hood had a stubling start with Tige Anderson after he was wounded.Pg 305 Tige anderson is wounded and only Joe Keshaw remained in that area of the field.Pg 620 Sedgwick is mentioned severals times in the index Pg 319 A Col George Willard i...

  3. says:

    It is instructive to read Bowden and Ward s study, Last Chance for Victory, because the book takes issue with much recent scholarship about the Battle of Gettysburg and of the factors which led to Southern defeat Many students attribute the result of the battle to Southern overconfidence and to mistakes in judgment by the Confederate high command, particularly Robert E.Lee.Bowden and Ward draw a basic distinction in their study between command decisions on the one hand and the execution of th It is instructive to read Bowden and Ward s study, Last Chance for Victory, because the book takes issue with much recent scholarship about t...

  4. says:

    This review has been hidden because it contains spoilers To view it, click here An extremely detailed study of why the Army of Northern Virginia lost the battle of Gettysburg The authors conclude that Lee lead his army as he had in previous battles, but his new subordinate corps commanders were no...

  5. says:

    This book begins with a rhetorical question page i Do we really need another book about Gettysburg and Pickett s charge The short answer to that question is yes, another book is necessary Why The authors argue that Lee s battle plan at Gettysburg, in fact, was stellar and that defeat there was the result of many factors beyond his control and some within his control In short, they reject some of the recent revisionist histories of Lee s flaws as a general officer e.g., McKenz This book begins with a rhetorical question page i Do we really need another book about Gettysburg and Pickett s charge The short answer to that question is yes, another book is necessary Why The authors argue that Lee s battle plan at Gettysburg, in fact, was stellar and that defeat there was the result of many factors beyond his control and some within his control In short, they reject some of the recent revisionist histories of Lee s flaws as a general officer e.g., McKenzie s Uncertain Glory and Nolan s Lee Considered They note that he marshaled his forces well on the first day, as he seized c...

  6. says:

    This was definitely a goodread For any student of the campaign, the battle and the American Civil War it really is a mustread.It is a somewhat controversial, probably certainly so at the time of publication, but well overdue fresh examination of Lee and Gettysburg An important counter to the previous views of Lee and indeed Longstreet during this battle.Its always possible the learned professors came at the subject with an agenda, but the fact remains this is a well researched and above al This was definitely a goodread For any student of the campaign, the battle and the American Civil War it really is a mustread.It is a somewhat controversial, probably certainly so at the time of pu...

  7. says:

    Excellent book that details the Confederate strategy and tactics of those three days My research and view was always from the Federal side my g g uncle was there with the 63rd PA , so it was interesting reading...

  8. says:

    So farso good

  9. says:

    Good but it has been so long since I read the book that I cannot remember specifics My favorite is still High Tide at Gettysburg.

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