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Although the Civil War was the bitterest epoch of American experience dividing families, sundering communities, and enforcing fierce regional enmity Robert E Lee was admired and respected by partisans from both sides This volume examines the attributes of life and service that enabled Lee to become a model of leadership for all time....

Title : Call of Duty: The Sterling Nobility of Robert E. Lee (Leaders in Action)
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ISBN : 1888952237
Format Type : Hardcover
Language : English
Publisher : Cumberland House Publishing 1st Cumberland ed edition February 1, 1997
Number of Pages : 332 pages
File Size : 972 KB
Status : Available For Download
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Call of Duty: The Sterling Nobility of Robert E. Lee (Leaders in Action) Reviews

  • ChloeHistorian
    2019-03-11 10:06

    A telling of the facts of his life. Not much more.

  • Rebecca
    2019-03-06 16:09

    Very interesting. I'm so glad to read the truth about Robert E Lee, especially in today's climate.

  • Ed Quirley
    2019-03-21 09:10

    Book arrived as described

  • tnt12mom
    2019-02-26 15:47

    Great book

  • Ronald Goodwin
    2019-03-03 08:58

    Finally something that makes sense and it's written by a pastor.

  • thomas thrower
    2019-03-18 07:43

    The best in depth look into the very spirit and soul of Robert E Lee.

  • jojo
    2019-02-20 09:48


  • Sue
    2019-02-27 15:50

    I've read a number of civil war books. Lee is represented in this book and others as a remarkable and brilliant general, good christian, loving husband and father. Some of the anecdotes, however, left me incredulous. While under fire, he allegedly stopped to put a baby sparrow back in it's nest. Lee was no doubt a brave man, but he wasn't foolhardy nor stupid. this anecdote made me question the veracity of the others in this book. I wished the last half of the book had been incorporated into his life story portion in the first half of the book. Because of the way the author told Lee's story, it seemed to go on and on.