One of the most violent and devastating campaigns of the Civil War, the Battle for Stones River is a previously neglected engagement in the American conflict to end slavery. With a variety of primary sources, McDonough provides a soldier’s eye view of the atrocities that occurred. Military tactics, strategies, and analyses of the Union General Rosecrans and Confederate General Bragg, detail the events and conclusion of the battle.
Civil war enthusiasts and military buffs alike will appreciate the detailed narration of the detailing the significance of the often overlooked Stones River campaign fought in winter. Browse our Civil War Collection for more items preserving America’s fight to reunite as one nation founded upon the principle all men are created equal.
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