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Lee's Lieutenants: A Study in Command

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Lee's Lieutenants: A Study in Command 3 Volumes in Slipcase

1950 edition

Charles Scribner's Sons, New York,, Douglas Southall Freeman, Lee's Lieutenants, A Study in Command, Volume 1, Manassas to Malvern Hill and Volume 2, Cedar Mountain to Chancellorsville, hardcovers, black cloth boards, 16x24cm, dec with sharp gilt letts and gilt lines, 773 and 760pp, each volume has its own index, same short-title index, principal manuscript sources, Vol 1 has 8 b&w ill and 29 maps, Vol 2 has 8 b&w ill and 32 maps. 8.33 Kgs

Slip shows signs of wear but is intact./ Vols 1 & 3 have marked covers, other wise good clean copies. Owner inscription volume one. Bookplate in all three vols. No loose pages or annotations.

This substantial, standard work, hard to find in the UK is an essential purchase for any Civil War enthusiast.

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Used: good
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Hardback

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Lee's Lieutenants: A Study in Command 3 Volumes in Slipcase

1950 edition

Charles Scribner's Sons, New York,, Douglas Southall Freeman, Lee's Lieutenants, A Study in Command, Volume 1, Manassas to Malvern Hill and Volume 2, Cedar Mountain to Chancellorsville, hardcovers, black cloth boards, 16x24cm, dec with sharp gilt letts and gilt lines, 773 and 760pp, each volume has its own index, same short-title index, principal manuscript sources, Vol 1 has 8 b&w ill and 29 maps, Vol 2 has 8 b&w ill and 32 maps. 8.33 Kgs

Slip shows signs of wear but is intact./ Vols 1 & 3 have marked covers, other wise good clean copies. Owner inscription volume one. Bookplate in all three vols. No loose pages or annotations.

This substantial, standard work, hard to find in the UK is an essential purchase for any Civil War enthusiast.

Condition:
Used: good
Format:
Hardback

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