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General Robert E. Lee - Civil War Military History
General Robert E. Lee was a key Confederate commander during the Civil War. Taking command of Confederate forces in the east in mid-1862, he led the Army  ...
General Robert E. Lee - Military History - About.com
Robert E. Lee. Dates: January 19, 1807-October 12, 1870; State: Virginia; Highest Rank Attained: General; Principal Commands: Virginia Forces, Coastal ...
Battle of Fort Stedman - Battle of Petersburg - Civil War - Robert E. Lee
In May 1864, Lieutenant General Ulysses S. Grant commenced his Overland Campaign with the goal of destroying General Robert E. Lee's Army of Northern ...
Civil War Battles of Robert E Lee - American History - About.com
... Northern Virginia through much of the Civil War. Read about the battles of the Civil War in which Robert E Lee was the principal commander of the Confederacy.
Robert E Lee - American History - About.com
Robert E. Lee was the leading general of the Confederacy. He was a brilliant strategist and made the southern war effort legitimate despite overwhelming odds .
Arlington House - The Robert E. Lee Memorial - National & State Parks
Overlooking Washington, D.C. and the Potomac River, the Arlington House is preserved as a memorial to Robert E. Lee, who spent 30 years of his life there.
Profile of General Robert E. Lee Video
How much do you know about Confederate Army General Robert E. Lee? Watch this About.com video to learn facts about this notorious General.
Ghosts of the Famous: Robert E. Lee - Paranormal Phenomena
As one of the great generals of the Civil War, Robert E. Lee is considered a military tactical genius, having led Confederate forces to numerous victories against ...
Battle of Antietam | Civil War's Bloodiest Day - 19th Century History
On the Confederate side, General Robert E. Lee was hoping to strike a decisive blow by invading the North. Lee's plan was to strike into Pennsylvania, ...
Civil War Generals Who Served in the Mexican-American War
Not only did Robert E. Lee serve in the Mexican-American War, he seemingly almost won it single-handedly. The highly capable Lee became one of General ...
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