The battle at Fredericksburg, Virginia, in December 1862
involved hundreds of thousands of men; produced staggering, unequal
casualties (13,000 Federal soldiers compared to 4,500
Confederates); ruined the career of Ambrose E. Burnside;
embarrassed Abraham Lincoln; and distinguished Robert E. Lee as one
of the greatest military strategists of his era. Francis August?n
O'Reilly draws upon his intimate knowledge of the battlegrounds to
discuss the unprecedented nature of Fredericksburg's warfare.
Lauded for its vivid description, trenchant analysis, and
meticulous research, his award-winning book makes for compulsive
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