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Kristin PutchinksiJefferson Davis's Generals, a collection of essays from eight renowned Civil War historians that illustrates, primarily, how war affects personal relationships in the military sphere and how these relationships might have affected the outcome of the war. These historians examine the relationship and lives of five important generals, their wives, and their commander in chief, Jefferson Davis.
This collection is intended for the reader wishing to learn more about the interpersonal relationship of Davis and his top ranking military leaders.
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