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Advance and Retreat : Personal Experiences in the United States and Confederate States Armies

by Hood, J. B

Condition: Very good

New Orleans: Hood Orphan Memorial Fund, 1880. First edition. Hardcover. Very good. Octavo (standard size) Library Binding. NOT ex-library. Some wear to edges and corners of boards, some scuffing to covers. Water staining to first 8 pages. 358 p. w/ maps (1 folding) and illus. The memoir of a controversial Confederate General, injured at Gettysburg. He uses a considerable portion of his book to command controversies between himself and Johnston on the Western theater of the war,


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