Injustice On Trial: Second Bull Run, General Fitz John Porter'S Court Martial, And The Schofield Board Investigation That Restored His Good Name

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  • Publish Date: 2002-09-01
  • Binding: Paperback
  • Author: Curt Anders

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General Fitz John Porter, cashiered for misbehavior before the enemy by a politically driven court-martial in 1863, following Second Manassas, undertook a decades-long fight to have his conviction reconsidered. Finally, a board headed by General John M. Schofield cleared Porter's good name. Records of the Schofield trial were rare until Anders made this fresh study of the case.

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