George Meade at Gettysburg

This is one of a few civil war texts that looks at the battle from General George Meade's side of the battle. He was appointed commander of the Army of the Potomac just 3 days before the fateful collision of the Union and Rebel armies. The author gives a minute by minute account of George Meade, his officers and enlisted men in the battle of Gettysburg. He describes Meade’s interactions, thoughts and leadership as the battle develops. I Highly recommend this author's account of General Meade and the battle of Gettysburg to understand the the workings of the Union Army and its leadership in winning at Gettysburg, which changed the dynamics of the civil war. Well done.

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