by Donald E. Waldemer
Not yet read. This is a self-published look at the Crossing of the James River and the Second Battle of Petersburg, mainly covering the time frame from June 4-18, 1864. Based on the author’s introduction, he argues that the crossing of the James was the key move of Grant versus Lee, and that once Grant had accomplished it, the war in the East was never going to end in a Confederate military victory.
BTC Siege of Petersburg Book Notes:
Publisher: Donald E. Waldemer (self-published)
Release Date: 1998
Pages: 290 Pages
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