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Forward to Richmond: McClellan's Peninsular Campaign (1983)

by Ronald H. Bailey, Time-Life Books

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"The true course in conducting military operations is to make no movement until the preparations are as complete as circumstances will permit and never to fight a battle without some definite object worth the probable loss; such a course will ever insure the greatest economy of life, time and treasure, as well as the most decisive results."
- Major General George B. McClellan, U.S. Army

The message that was handed to George Brinton McClellan that summer day came from the President of the United States, and its tone was urgent.
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A gripping, comprehensive account of the Civil War, including eyewitness testimony, profiles of key personalities, period photographs, illustrations and artifacts, and detailed battle maps. Fully researched, superbly written.

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