Cavalry clash at Hanover

Skelton, Geoffrey
June 1996
Military History;Jun96, Vol. 13 Issue 2, p30
Focuses on the fighting around Hanover, Pennsylvania by Brigadier General George Custer's troops and Major General J.E.B. Stuart during the Civil War in the United States. How Custer came to be in command of the troops; Deficiencies which Custer faced; How the two sides came to be fighting at Hanover; Description of the fighting. INSET: The evolving U.S. cavalry..


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