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THE FREMANTLE DIARY. A fascinating primary document of the Civil War, the diary of Col. James Fremantle, who kept this engaging account of his tour of the Confederacy in 1863. Includes Lee, Grant, Stuart, Gettysburg.

Click to EnlargeThe Fremantle Diary. Col. James Fremantle. Edited and Introduced by Walter Lord. This is a fascinating primary document of the Civil War, the diary of English Col. James Fremantle, who kept this engaging account of his tour of the Confederacy in 1863. He met a who's-who of the South: Lee, Davis, Stuart, Johnston, Longstreet, and many others, his descriptions culminating at Gettysburg, a battle which Fremantle viewed practically at Lee's elbow. Historian Walter Lord provides an introduction and extensive notes for the modern reader. Walter Lord is the author of "Incredible Victory," "A Night to Remember," and many other books. He lives in New York City. Classics of War Series, Military History/Civil War 320 pages REVIEW: "By far the most interesting and well written travel account of life in the Confederacy." __The New York Times

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Item Details
Group:
American Civil War
ID:
BU-0858
Category:
Battles / Campaigns / Strategy
Media:
Softcover book
Type:
Combat Memoirs / Biographies
Price:
21.95
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