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In the history we know, General Robert E. Lee felt compelled to fight on the Confederate side, because honor (as he saw it) forbade him to take up arms against Virginia, his native state. But what if the demands of honor had led him in the other direction altogether? Harry Turtledove, author of perhaps the most famous alternate-history novel about Robert E. Lee (The Guns of the South, 1992), here returns with a look at what the great military leader might have done under only slightly different circumstances...

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Lee at the Alamo
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Lee at the Alamo
August 1st, 2014
Very good quick read. Loved the direction it went. Would like to see more Civil War stories in this direction.
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