4 edition of Gettysburg, July 1 found in the catalog.
Gettysburg, July 1
Martin, David G.
Previous ed.: 1995.
|Statement||David G. Martin.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||736 p. :|
|Number of Pages||736|
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Gettysburg July 1 combines the most recent scholarly interpretations of the action with original analysis by the author and gives a fresh approach to the battle at the tactical level, with emphasis on the experience and competence of regimental and brigade commanders/5(22).
David Martin's study, "Gettysburg, July 1" is a thorough, detailed study of the first day of the battle, of the events leading up to it, and of the impact of Gettysburg first day's fight on the remainder of The battle of Gettysburg (July 1 -- 3, ) continues to fascinate scholarly and lay readers alike/5.
David Martin's study, "Gettysburg, July 1" is a thorough, detailed study of the first day of the battle, of the events leading up to it, and of the impact of the first day's fight on the remainder of the contest. The book examines day 1 of Gettysburg on the macro and micro levels.5/5(4).
The book would have served the reader better with more maps that covered a smaller area and just a few showing the entire Gettysburg area.
In short, this is a book that belongs in the library of anyone who has a strong interest in Gettysburg/5. Get this from a library. Gettysburg, July 1. [David G Martin] -- This book combines scholarly interpretations of the action with original analysis by the author and gives a fresh approach to the battle at the tactical level, with emphasis on the experience and.
American Battlefield Trust’s map of the Battle of Gettysburg - Morning Fight for McPherson Ridge. Just after a.m. on July 1, Confederates of Gen Henry Heth’s division encountered Union cavalry under Gen. John Buford posted west of Willoughby’s Run.
Heth’s men pressed their attack only to discover that the Federal horsemen had been reinforced by veteran I Corps .