High Tide of the Confederacy
High Tide of the Confederacy shows how the North seems unable to exploit its superiority with its military commanders forever squabbling. Meanwhile in the South Robert E Lee overreaches himself with his attack on Gettysburg and together a day later with the North's capture of the strategic port of Vicksburg on the Mississippi is a crucial turning-point in the War.
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