Recollections and Letters of R. E. Lee
Robert E. Lee is probably the most biographied General of the War Between the States. His was beloved by his own people and after the war he was loved even by his former enemies. After his surrender at Appomatox, Lee commented that General Meade's hair was turning grey and he was showing his age. Meade replied that it was Lee who had made his hair grey. Yet Robert, Jr. gives us not just Lee the General, but Lee the father, the husband, the responsible civic leader. It is an intimate portrait that only a family member can give.
- Publication Date
- Sep 29, 2011
- Biographies & Memoirs
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- By (author): Larry Matthew McCune