Shenandoah Valley 1862, Clayton and James Donnell.
Looks at the campaign that established 'Stonewall' Jackson's
reputation as a battlefield commander, and saw him defeat a series of
larger Union armies in a series of battles where he was rarely
outnumbered on the battlefield. A good account of the campaign,
supported by a series of useful campaign and battle maps that help
demonstrate Jackson's dizzying pace of movement.
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