Statistics for occurrence #1 of “Chancellorsville” in chapter 1.8, section c.1.8.32, page 109 of Southern Historical Society Papers, Volume 25.:
...ident of his life as a soldier.
The whole story has been too often told.
Hooker, in command of what was called by the North, the finest army on the planet, crossed the Rappahannock and marched to Chancellorsville .
He had 123,000 soldiers, Lee less than 58,000.
Notwithstanding, Hooker was frightened at his own temerity in coming within striking distance of Lee and Jackson, and he at once set his whole army...
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