Click HERE to read Gettysburg as We Men on the Right Saw It
Click HERE to read Reasons for the Confederate Defeat, from a Union Perspective
Bob kept a double set of page numbers, one from the original MOLLUS. Why, I really don't know, but do not be confused by them.
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The Gettysburg Papers are edited published papers from The Military Order of the Loyal Legion of the United States (MOLLUS), or simply the Loyal Legion, a United States patriotic order organized April 15, 1865, by three veteran officers of the Army. They include a WIDE variety of Gettysburg subjects, all hand-selected by Bob Younger and Ken Bandy. Topics include personal recollections, unit histories, strategy, tactics, cavalry, artillery -- you name it.
They were published (all sorts of things on all sorts of topics) in volumes are incredibly hard to find today at a reasonable price or in any shape you can use, and they have never been digitized. Basically, they have been unseen by 99% of everyone studying the war.