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Though he had served with distinction during the Civil War, it was Porter Alexanders memoirs that have kept his name alive today. Though many prominent officers on both sides wrote memoirs, Porter Alexanders were among the most insightful and often considered by historians as the most evenhanded. With a sense of humor and a good narrative, Porter Alexander skillfully narrates the war, his service, and he isnt afraid to criticize officers, including Lee, when he thought they had made mistakes. As a result, historians continue to rely heavily on his memoirs as a source for Civil War history. This account of the Peninsula Campaign comes from Alexanders memoirs, Military Memoirs of a Confederate: A Critical Narrative. It is specially formatted with a Table of Contents, images of the key battles, and Alexander.

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