By Carl Smith
Книга Osprey crusade №55. Chancellorsville 1863 Osprey crusade №55. Chancellorsville 1863 Книги Исторические Автор: C.Smith Формат: pdf Издат.:Osprey Страниц: ninety eight Размер: 33 Mb ISBN: 085532 721 four Язык: Английский0 (голосов: zero) Оценка:Серия военныхкниг Campaignот Osprey.
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James E. Harrison (343) 6th US Cavalry - Capt. George C. Cram (482) HORSE ARTILLERY Capt. James M. Robertson (279) Staff: 2 MAHONE'S BRIGADE (1ST) BF Wm. Mahone (1,797) Staff: 4 6th Virginia - Col. Geo. T. Col Everard M. Col Richard O. Whitehead (307) 41st Virginia - Col. Wm. A. Parham (324) 61st Virginia - Col. Virginius D. Gen. Col. Merry B. Harris (369) 16th Mississippi - Col. Samuel E. Baker (489) 19th Mississippi - Col. Nathaniel H. Harris (423I 48th Mississippi - Col. Joseph M. Gen. A. Perry (851) Staff: 3 2nd Florida - Maj.
Geo. Owen Rice (564) Col. William H. Col. Franklin P. Col. Joseph B. Parsons (430) 37th Massachusetts - Col. Col. James J. Walsh (243) 2nd Rhode Island - Col. Horatio Rogers Jr. Gen. Frank Wheaton (1,854) Staff: 1 62nd New York - Col. David J. Nevin (357) 93rd Pennsylvania - Capt. John S. Long (313) 98th Pennsylvania - Capt. John F. Ballier (392) 102nd Pennsylvania - Col. Joseph M. Kinkead (272) 139th Pennsylvania - Col. Frederick H. Collier (519) ARTILLERY Capt. Jeremiah McCarthy (231) Staff: 2 C&D/1st Pennsylvania Light Arty - Capt.
Francis Mahler (267) 26th Wisconsin - Col. William H. Jacobs (641) UNATTACHED 82nd Ohio - Col. James S. Robinson (484) Staff: 1 l/1st Ohio Light Arty - Capt. Col. Louis Schirmer (329) Staff: 2 2nd Btty New York Light Arty - Capt Hermann Jahn (114) (6/3R) K/1st Ohio Light Arty - Capt. William L. DeBeck(113)(6/12N) C/1st West Virginia Light Arty - Capt. Wallace Hill (100) (6/10P) ARTILLERY Capt. Gen. Adolph von Steinwehr (3,314) Staff: 5 1ST BRIGADE Col. Col. Daniel B. Col. Col. Col. Gen. Francis C.