Part of the National Park Civil War Series
. The spring of 1863 marked the advent of the third year in an increasingly bloody war. Although it was the bloodiest battle to the stage of the Civil War. The lion's share of accolades must go to General Robert E. Lee and the Army of Northern Virginia, whose daring and perseverance concocted a tactical victory of memorable proportion. Chancellorsville capped a string of triumphs for Lee's army in Virginia that nurtured among the Confederate citizenry an expectation of continued success.
Eastern National, softcover, ISBN 0-915992-87-6, 66 pages.
This publication is proudly printed in the USA.