Most history books have reported that Lee just had one very bad day. But there is much more to the story, which Tom Carhart addresses for the first time.
Most history books have reported that Lee just had one very bad day. With meticulous detail and startling clarity, Carhart revisits the historic battles Lee taught at West Point and believed were the essential lessons in the art of war-the victories of Napoleon at Austerlitz, Frederick the Great at Leuthen, and Hannibal at Cannae-and reveals what they can tell us about Lee's real strategy. People Who Liked Lost Triumph: Lee's Real Plan at Gettysburg - And Why It Failed Also Liked These Free Titles: Abraham Lincoln and American Slavery by Eric Foner.
What Carhart finds will thrill all students of history: Lee's plan for an electrifying rear assault by Jeb Stuart that . Tom Carhart, a military man, has in this book answered a question I always had about the battle at Gettysburg.
What Carhart finds will thrill all students of history: Lee's plan for an electrifying rear assault by Jeb Stuart that, combined with the frontal assault, could have broken the Union forces in half. Only in the final hours of the battle was the attack reversed through the daring of an unproven young general-George Armstrong Custer. Lost Triumph will be one of the most captivating and controversial history books of the season. Отзывы - Написать отзыв.
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Tom Carhart makes the argument in this book that Robert E. Lee's decision to have some 13,000 troops attack the center of the Union line at Gettysburg was not an error, but a part of a three-pronged plan that-if successful-could have led to the destruction of the Army of the Potomac and a Confederate.
In this fascinating book, author and historian Tom Carhart gives a plausible explanation for what really happened at Gettysburg and why. According to Mr. Carhart, Lee's plan did not simply rely on an infantry charge across open terrain, towards an entrenched enemy, but instead counted o. . Carhart, Lee's plan did not simply rely on an infantry charge across open terrain, towards an entrenched enemy, but instead counted on a cavalry attack on the Union rear, just at the moment that the Union soldiers would be watching the beginning of Pickett's Charge
Lost Triumph-Perfect Title for an Incredible Read.
Lost Triumph-Perfect Title for an Incredible Read. I had so much trouble putting this book down, once I really got started into it. I found it refreshing, very informative and entertaining.
Now, Tom Carhart offers a bold thesis-that Lee’s heretofore unknown strategy at Gettysburg was to combine Pickett’s frontal attack with a daring rear assault by the great Jeb Stuart to break the Union Army in half.
What Carhart finds: Lee's plan for a rear assault that, combined with Pickett's Charge, could have broken the Union forces .
What Carhart finds: Lee's plan for a rear assault that, combined with Pickett's Charge, could have broken the Union forces in half. Historians have long maintained that Gen. Robert E. Lee lost the Battle of Gettysburg by sending Gen. George Pickett's forces against the center of the Union line on an apparent suicide mission.
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