Seven Days Battles happened on 1862-07-01.
The Confederacy, commanded by General Robert E. Lee, won the Seven Days' Battles.
The Seven Days Battles lasted from June 25 through July 1, 1862 .
Do you mean the Seven Days Battles at the end of the Peninsula campaign? Robert E. Lee
Bull Run (1st & 2nd) The Seven Days Battles Fredericksburg Chancellorsville Chickamauga The Wilderness Coldharbour
Gen. Robert E. Lee-During the Seven Days Battles
George McClellan (Union), Robert E. Lee (Confederates).
The battles referred to as the Seven Days were fought during Union General George McClellans Peninsula Campaign, and began June 25, 1862 and ended July 1. There would be six separate battles.
George McClellan fought following battles during the Civil War : Philippi; Rich Mountain; Cheat Mountain; The Peninsular Campaign, whose most important battles were: The Seven Pines and the Seven Days; Antietam.
The Valley Campaign, Chancellorsville, Fredricksburg, Seven Days Battles.
The Seven Days Battles.
Manassas/Bull Run (1st & 2nd) The Seven Days Battles (Peninsula campaign, Virginia) Fredericksburg Chancellorsville Chickamauga The Wilderness Spotsylvania Coldharbour
The Seven Days Battles took place during American Civil War. George B. McClellan led the Union troops, and Robert E. Lee commanded the Confederate troops.
Both Battles of Bull Run, Kenesaw Mountain, Chicamauga, Seven Days, Fredericksburg, and Chancellorsville…
Robbert E .Lee
June 25 - July 1, 1862
Second Bull Run, Fredericksburg, and Chickamauga, in both offensive and defensive roles. He also performed strongly during the Seven Days Battles, the Battle of Antietam as far as I know.
Several Battles were fought. They are Known as the seven days battles.
The Seven Days Battles was the number of battles in the Peninsula campaign under George B McClellan.
Salamis during the Peloponnese Wars.
The Seven Days Battles were fought as a part of Major General George McClellan's Peninsula Campaign and were fought between June 25 and July 1, 1862. These battles were Robert E. Lees first as the commander of the Confederate Army of Northern Virginia.
1st Bull Run Seven Days Battles Second Bull Run Fredericksburg Chancellorsville Chickamauga
Robert E. Lee was the victor