les Officiers de l'armee Allemande, par I. Scheibert, Major an corps Royal des Ingenieurs Prussieus, Traduit de l'Allemande par J. Bonnecque, Capitaine du 3rue regiment du gevie.
Such is the title of the French translation of Major Scheibert's excellent work, a copy of which has been presented to the Southern Historical Society by the author.
Major Scheibert is well known to many of the officers of the Army of Northern Virginia, who met him during the campaigns of Chancellorsville and Gettysburg at General Lee's headquarters.
He is a thoroughly trained officer of engineers, who was sent by the Prussian government to make a study of the late war through a close observation of the operations of the Confederate army, offensive and defensive.
A man of splendid military education, genial, brave and warm-hearted, Major Scheibert won the good — will and golden opinion of all with whom he came in contact during his brief sojourn with the Army of Northern Virginia.
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