Three `great captains--one British, two Confederate--met

Schildt, John W.
December 1997
Military History;Dec97, Vol. 14 Issue 5, p18
Profiles British officer Garnet Joseph Wolseley and how he struggled to meet with two Confederate officers, General Robert E. Lee and Major General Thomas J. Jackson, near the town of Winchester, Virginia during the autumn of 1862. His honors and awards received while learning warfare skills; His first book while stationed in China; His trip to Winchester; His meeting with General Lee; His admiration for Major General Jackson.


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