by Curt Anders
From the publisher:
Union General Nathaniel Banks' Red River Campaign of 1864, the Disaster in Damp Sand, was the Confederacy's last decisive victory in the Civil War.
Texan Curt Anders graduated from the U. S. Military Academy in 1949 and commanded an infantry rifle company in combat during the Korean War. While a member of West Point's English department faculty he earned an MA at Columbia University. He lives in the Hudson Highlands of upstate New York.