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Very detailed account of military strategy. Very good book on the last day at Gettysburg, covering not only the main infantry actions at Culp s Hill and Pickett s Charge but also the cavalry engagements east and south of Gettysburg and at Fairfield The author provides a great analysis of the tactics and strategy used by both armies and of the decisions made by the generals. @DOWNLOAD EBOOK è Gettysburg, Day Three à Jeffry D Wert re creates the last day of the bloody Battle of Gettysburg in astonishing detail, taking readers from Meade s council of war to the seven hour struggle for Culp s Hill the most sustained combat of the entire engagement Drawing on hundreds of sources, including thanmanuscript collections, he offers brief excerpts from the letters and diaries of soldiers He also introduces heroes on both sides of the conflict among them General George Greene, the oldest general on the battlefield, who led the Union troops at Culp s Hill A gripping narrative written in a fresh and lively style, Gettysburg, Day Three is an unforgettable rendering of an immortal day in our country s history Excellent A fine and well balanced study of the third day at Gettysburg Wert covers all of the action including Culp s Hill and the cavalry action both east and south of the battlefield Obviously the Picket Pettigrew Charge looms large in the story and takes up a considerable amount of space.Since most people aren t interested in the many controversies of Gettysburg, Did Lee issue orders for the 3rd Why didn t Longstreet call up Pickett until the morning of the 3rd What were Lee s original Excellent A fine and well balanced study of the third day at Gettysburg Wert covers all of the action including Culp s Hill and the cavalry action both east and south of the battlefield Obviously the Picket Pettigrew Charge looms large in the story and takes up a considerable amount of space.Since most people aren t interested in the many controversies of Gettysburg, Did Lee issue orders for the 3rd Why didn t Longstreet call up Pickett until the morning of the 3rd What were Lee s original plans if he had any What role did Alexander s artillery play in the failure of Pickett s Charge Did Lee fail at Gettysburg Did Longstreet drop the ball The questions of Gettysburg are endless and unless someone finds some long lost stash of papers unanswerable They are remarkably fun to work over in your mind however.In the end if you want to knowabout Gettysburg this is a great book to spend some time with Balanced, well reasoned and well written Good book Comprehensive in the scope of all activity on Day 3 Most similar books only focus on Pickett s charge and Culp s Hill. Maybe the definitive story of this part of the battle I think you leave this book with an appreciation of the stoic heroism on both sides, the horror of civil war battles, and a profound melancholy for the almost unheard of losses on both sides. Not a terribly smooth read, but chock full of riveting firsthand accounts Worth the read, but not difficult to put down. Good, detailed account of the last part of this great battle, which included Pickett s charge This was the downward turning point for the Confederacy. Good account of the fighting at Gettysburg on Day 3 of the battle It covers the savage fighting on the Union right flank at Culp s Hill in the morning, as well as the lesser known cavalry battles waged during the day The book spends four chapters on the climactic Pickett s Charge. Best of the three books Had a couple chapters of intro, then right into the battle A very good description of the Culps Hill part of the battle, which I hadn t ever read about before.