DECISION AT TOM'S BROOK: George Custer, Thomas Rosser, and the Joy of the Fight
The Confederate disaster that was the Battle of Tom's Brook centered around two men who had risen to prominence as soldiers: George A. Custer and Thomas L. Rosser--former friends as teenagers at West Point, but ultimately enemies on opposite sides of the Civil War. Sheds new light on the men and the battle during which they collided once more. Illus.
Publisher: Savas Beatie
Item #: 2844400
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