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General Robert E. Lee - Civil War Military History
Robert E. Lee was born at Stratford Plantation, VA on January 19, 1807. The youngest son of noted Revolutionary War commander Henry "Lighthorse Harry" ...
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General Robert E. Lee - Military History - About.com
The Confederate Army employed hundreds of generals during the Civil War. This gallery provides an overview of several of the key Confederate generals who ...
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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 ...
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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.
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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 .
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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.
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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.
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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, ...
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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 ...
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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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