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The Fog of Gettysburg: The Myths and Mysteries of the Battle

The Fog of Gettysburg: The Myths and Mysteries of the Battle

  • Title: The Fog of Gettysburg: The Myths and Mysteries of the Battle
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  • ISBN : 9781581826470
  • Format : Paperback
  • Language : English
  • Page : 288 pages


Pennsylvanians have a saying America was born in Philadelphia and saved at Gettysburg In this way they acknowledge that Gettysburg was the defining battle of the Civil War.Many books have covered the battle of Gettysburg And even have looked at the action in particular areas of the battlefield, at certain aspects of the conflict, or at the actions of various unit Pennsylvanians have a saying America was born in Philadelphia and saved at Gettysburg In this way they acknowledge that Gettysburg was the defining battle of the Civil War.Many books have covered the battle of Gettysburg And even have looked at the action in particular areas of the battlefield, at certain aspects of the conflict, or at the actions of various units or individuals Until now, no book has focused on the confusion of the battle and the many unanswered questions that continue to this day The Fog of Gettysburg covers the myths, misunderstandings, and mysteries of the battle, the episodes that still provoke questions about what happened or why.Now readers will the answers to such questions as Were the people of Gettysburg unaware that a battle was brewing, or were they awaiting it Was George Sandoe the first casualty of Gettysburg Was Jennie Wade a Southern sympathizer Why did the war start west of town instead of elsewhere Was John F Reynolds killed by a sharpshooter or by friendly fire What were Robert E Lee s exact orders to Jeb Stuart Who gave the order to attack at sunrise on July 1 Did Joshua Lawrence Chamberlain win Gettysburg on July 2 Who ordered the flank attack on July 3 How did George A Custer defeat Stuart How many people actually died How many civilians were killed Who buried the Confederates The Fog of Gettysburg is divided into five sections, each with approximately ten episodes, covering the period leading up to the battle, the three days of battle, and the period following the battle Containing four maps and than twenty five photographs, the book is a valuable resource for anyone who is fascinated by the issues about Gettysburg that continue to this day


Author Kenneth L Allers Jr.




The Fog of Gettysburg: The Myths and Mysteries of the Battle Reviews (4)

  • This book was written by an associate member of the licensed battlefield guides in Gettysburg In short chapters, Allers identifies areas of mystery and confusion pertaining to the battle of Gettysburg He briefly identifies the prevalent myths and the historical evidence that is available or lacking [..]

  • The book tries to be clever by asking seemingly relevant questions, then approaches an answer with out completing the exploration of the topic The upshot our a sense of frustration interspersed with little tidbits of oh, that is an interesting fact but these are not enough to make me want to keep re [..]

  • I love any kinds of books that delve into the events that took place in Gettysburg This was an enjoyable, quick easy read. [..]

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