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Command and Communication Frictions in the Gettysburg Campaign

by Philip, M. Cole

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Published by Colecraft Industries .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • United States - Civil War,
  • History,
  • History - Military / War,
  • History: American,
  • History / United States / Civil War Period (1850-1877),
  • 19th century,
  • Command of troops,
  • Communications, Military,
  • Gettsyburg Campaign, 1863

  • The Physical Object
    FormatPaperback
    Number of Pages104
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL8591499M
    ISBN 100977712516
    ISBN 109780977712519

      On the morning of J the Third Corps, composed of the divisions of Major-Generals Anderson, Heth, and Pender, and five battalions of artillery, under command of Col. R. L. Walker, was encamped on the road from Chambersburg to Gettysburg, near .   Command And Communication Frictions In The Gettysburg Campaign. The Maps Of Gettysburg. The Civil War Paintings of Mort Kunstler, V. 3: The Gettysburg Campaign. Human Interest Stories Of The Gettysburg Campaign: Volume II. The Civil War Paintings of Mort Kunstler, V. 3: The Gettysburg Campaign.

      Command And Communication Frictions In The Gettysburg Campaign Frictions are the mechanisms which complicated warfare. They are the constant streams of obstacles thrown in the way of planning and the governor of : The reader wishing a study of artillery throughout the Battle of Gettysburg (but a book which lacks Mr. Cole's technical discussion) may wish to read Fairfax Downey's "The Guns of Gettysburg" () As far as the treatment of Civil War artillery in general is concerned, Mr. Cole discusses the organization of the artillery arm of the service in 4/5(1).

    The Battle of Gettyburg remains one of the most controversial military actions in America's history, and one of the most studied. Professor Coddington's is an analysis not only of the battle proper, but of the actions of both Union and Confederate armies for the six months prior to the battle and the factors affecting General Meade's decision not to pursue the retreating Confederate forces/5(6).   The beginning of the Gettysburg Campaign is considered to be June 3, , with the movement of the Army of Northern Virginia. McLaws' First Corps division was the first to leave Fredericksburg, heading northwest toward Culpepper. Prior to this, Lee, on put a reorganized ANV into effect.


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"Command and Communication Frictions in the Gettysburg Campaign" illustrates the effect these two functions had in determining the outcome of the campaign.

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Read reviews from world’s largest community for readers. Frictions are the mechanism /5. However, author Phil Cole, in his Command and Communication Frictions in the Gettysburg Campaign, has written a dandy little treatise covering the communications and leadership issues and challenges that the commanding officers and their leading subordinates faced during the Gettysburg Campaign.

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This work uses a variety of incidents, some familiar, to illustrate their serious impact on the battle - at least as much as troops in combat affected the result/5(2). Command and Communications Frictions in the Gettysburg Campaign eBook: Philip Cole: : Kindle Store4/5(1).

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Command frictions are timeless in the history of warfare. No battles are devoid of them. Because it is widely understood, the Civil War provides a great opportunity to study the impact of these frictions. Gettysburg, in particular, illustrates this through many important actions of this campaign.

Command and Communication Frictions in the Gettysburg Campaign: Philip M. Cole ISBN: pages Colecraft Industries – Published in Philip M. Cole’s book Command and Communication Frictions in the Gettysburg Campaign brings about an interesting scholarship to the battle and campaign which has been so written about over and over again.

Philip M. Cole is the author of Command and Communication Frictions in the Gettysburg Campaign ( avg rating, 4 ratings, 1 review, published ) and /5. Command and Communication Frictions in the Gettysburg Campaign. By: Philip M.

Cole. Frictions are the mechanisms which complicated warfare. They are the constant streams of obstacles thrown in the way of planning and the governor of progress.

Armies encountered any number of unpredictable obstacles in any number of situations. The Gettysburg campaign was a military invasion of Pennsylvania by the main Confederate army under General Robert E. Lee in summer The Union won a decisive victory at Gettysburg, July 1–3, with heavy casualties on both sides.

Lee managed to Location: Maryland, Pennsylvania, Virginia. campaign pamphlets on the American Civil War, prepared in The Gettysburg Campaign June–July Strategic Setting After the Confederates’ victory at Chancellorsville in May. Longstreet to take command of “the Suffolk Expedition,” as he called it.

On 21 March, Lee. The book is titled Command and Communication Frictions in the Gettysburg Campaign by Philip M Cole. The book refers in this instance to the Union army because as Lee moved north there was no confusion over his command whereas Hooker was also moving north to conform and other army departments were defending there right to refuse aid.

Coddington's reputation for writing the best account of Gettysburg is well-deserved. It goes above and beyond a standard battle narrative. The context of the campaign alone accounts for a hundred pages, explaining a basic oddity of the battle as displayed on the opening screen of the movie: the Southern Army approaches from the North & the Northern /5(30).

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Col G J Fiebeger. 01 Nov Paperback. US$   The Gettysburg Campaign: A Study in Command, A Touchstone Book, Simon and Schuster New York, p Ibid. Coddington The Gettysburg Campaign: A Study in Command p Ibid.

Sears Gettysburg p. Tredeau, Noah Andre. Gettysburg: A Testing of Courage, Harper Collins Publishers, New York p Ibid. Sears Gettysburg p. Reviews of the The Gettysburg Campaign: A Study in Command Thus far with regards to the e-book we've got The Gettysburg Campaign: A Study in Command PDF feedback users have not yet quit their particular overview of the game, you aren't make out the print however.

The Battle of Gettyburg remains one of the most controversial military actions in America's history, and one of the most sor Coddington's is an analysis not only of the battle proper, but of the actions of both Union and Confederate armies for the six months prior to the battle and the factors affecting General Meade’s decision not to pursue the retreating Confederate forces/5(4).

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