Title Lost Victories. the Military Genius of Stonewall Jackson.
Book Condition Very Good in Very Good dust jacket
Edition First Edition
Publisher Henry Holt & Co 1992
0805018301 / 9780805018301
Seller ID 40554
350 pages, map, cloth, DJ, very good. Stated first edition. From Library Journal: "A detailed analysis of the battles and correspondence of Stonewall Jackson leads Alexander to conclude that Jackson's strategic overview was superior to that of Robert E. Lee and would have led to fewer Southern casualties and to the possibility (on at least three occasions) of the total destruction of the Northern Army of the Potomac. He views Lee as a conservative, timid, and nearsighted military leader. This is not a comprehensive biography but a "what if" book analyzing the strategic opinions and views of Stonewall Jackson--a smoothly written, well-researched text offering a new perspective on the Civil War's leading tactical genius. Recommended for military collections. "; 9.30 X 6.40 X 1.30 inches; 350 pages
Stonewall Jackson Civil War Military History BIOGRAPHY