echelon attack from north to south
General McClellan found General Lee's battle plan.
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Major General George B. McClellan was commanding the Federal Army of the Potomac at the Battle of Antietam.
Lincoln was disappointed that General George B. McClellan had allowed Confederate general Lee to escape after the Battle of Antietam. The result of Lincoln's disappointment was the replacement of McClellan by General Burnside.
General Robert E. Lee
George B. McClellan
General Robert E. Lee commanded the Confederate army at the Battle of Antietam, known in the south as the Battle of Sharpsburg.
Major General George B. McClellan.
The commander of the Confederate army at Antietam was General Robert E. Lee.
The Confederate Army was commanded by General Robert E. Lee at the Battle of Antietam.
George McClellan (Union)
The Union strategy in the Battle of Antietam was to assault the under manned Confederate forces of Robert E. Lee. Lee was forced to create a tactical defense in order to have the ability to produce a counter attack against the Union army.
After the Battle of the Second Bull Run, Lee changed his strategy and invaded the Maryland, giving the start to the offensive campaign that led to the Battle of Antietam.
General George McClellan
Robert E. Lee
General Robert Edward Lee.
Union General McClellan had a copy of Lee's battle plan.
The commander of the Unions Army of the Potomac at Antietam was Major General George B. McClellan.
Robert E. Lee (Confederacy) and George McClellan (Union) were the generals who opposed each other at the Battle of Antietam.
what is the significance of the battle of Antietam
Battle of Antietam.