“The 50th Georgia Infantry fought long and well with the Army of Northern Virginia as part of Paul Semmes’s sturdy infantry brigade. This book tells the story of the regiment and its men in rich detail, based on extensive original sources, many of them never before in print. An array of unpublished uniformed photos, excellent modern views of battlefields, and detailed maps augments the text. They combine to make a unit history well worthy of attention from student of Lee’s army.” ~Robert K. Krick, author of Stonewall Jackson at Cedar Mountain and Lee’s Colonels.
Stories of marches, battles, and interesting facts can be found throughout this title. Plus, maps, photos, and a unit roster. This book is especially valuable to those who had ancestors fight in the 50th Georgia Infantry.