Army of the Potomac (Men-at-Arms)

By Philip Katcher

For basic George B. McClellan, the dejected Union troops who poured into Washington clean from defeat at Bull Run on Monday, July 22, 1861, have been to supply the uncooked fabric which he may teach, equip, arrange and eventually remodel from a trifling mob into a good scuffling with strength. In October 1861, the military of the Potomac formally got here into being. This pleasing quantity from an identical workforce of writer Philip Katcher and artist Michael Youens who produced Men-at-Arms 37, the military of Northern Virginia, explores how this transition happened, with a specific emphasis on guns, uniforms and kit.

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By Philip Katcher

For basic George B. McClellan, the dejected Union troops who poured into Washington clean from defeat at Bull Run on Monday, July 22, 1861, have been to supply the uncooked fabric which he may teach, equip, arrange and eventually remodel from a trifling mob into a good scuffling with strength. In October 1861, the military of the Potomac formally got here into being. This pleasing quantity from an identical workforce of writer Philip Katcher and artist Michael Youens who produced Men-at-Arms 37, the military of Northern Virginia, explores how this transition happened, with a specific emphasis on guns, uniforms and kit.

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