Lost Triumph: Lee's Real Plan at Gettysburg - and Why it Failed (Audiobook) By Tom Carhart, read by Michael Prichard
Unabridged edition 2005 | 9 hours | ISBN: 140013157X | MP3 32 kbps | 129 MB
Tom Carhart's latest book, LOST TRIUMPH: LEE'S REAL PLAN AT GETTYSBURG -- AND WHY IT FAILED, with a foreword by James McPherson, Pulitzer Prize-winning author of BATTLE CRY OF FREEDOM, artfully and precisely explains Robert E. Lee's actual battle plan for the third day at Gettysburg and what went wrong. Believing that Lee was too astute a commander to rely exclusively on Pickett's Charge, Tom Carhart painstakingly re-examines what happened that day. His dramatic conclusions are drawn from detailed analysis of Lee's knowledge of military strategy gleaned during Lee's military career and years as a cadet at West Point, from intimate knowledge of the actual terrain and military positions at Gettysburg, and from close examination of a wide array of primary and secondary source materials.
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