"The Union Sixth Army Corps in the Chancellorsville Campaign: A Study of the Engagements of Second Fredericksburg, Salem Church and Banks’s Ford, May 3-4, 1863" на русском языке, автор: Philip W. Parsons. Русский перевод книги "The Union Sixth Army Corps in the Chancellorsville Campaign: A Study of the Engagements of Second Fredericksburg, Salem Church and Banks’s Ford, May 3-4, 1863".

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The Union Sixth Army Corps in the Chancellorsville Campaign: A Study of the Engagements of Second Fredericksburg, Salem Church and Banks's Ford, May 3-4, 1863 на русском языке

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The winter of 1862-1863 found the Union’s Army of the Potomac in sad shape. Bloody battles, multiple defeats, lack of adequate provisions and high desertion rates had left even the hardiest Union soldiers dispirited. With Major General Joseph Hooker’s advent to the army command, he set about revamping the army’s conditions, establishing a generous furlough program, impleme
The winter of 1862-1863 found the Union’s Army of the Potomac in sad shape. Bloody battles, multiple defeats, lack of adequate provisions and high desertion rates had left even the hardiest Union soldiers dispirited. With Major General Joseph Hooker’s advent to the army command, he set about revamping the army’s conditions, establishing a generous furlough program, implementing a system of corps insignia and setting new sanitary standards. While his administrative efforts were extremely successful, his battlefield manner left something to be desired. Instructed by President Lincoln to make the destruction of General Lee’s Army of Northern Virginia the Union’s top priority, Hooker mounted the Chancellorsville Campaign. Lee’s aggressive battlefield manner coupled with Hooker’s failure to initiate an assault led to a sound defeat by Confederate forces and left Hooker — who ultimately had only himself and his lack of initiative to blame — looking for a scapegoat. Among those Hooker attempted to hold responsible was the courageous Sixth Army Corps, the unit responsible for the sole Union victory of the entire campaign. This military history focuses on the battlefield engagements of the

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