The Confederates were led by General Robert E Lee during the Seven Days battles. He had only been in command of the Army of Northern Virginia a scant three weeks at the beginning of this battle which began June 25, 1862 with the Battle of Oak Grove.
what was the goal in battle of seven days
No, its not called the Seven Days Battle because the Battl of Petersburg started earlier than The Seven Days Battle.
Seven Days' Battle and the Battle of Antietam
The Confederacy, or the South, won the Seven Days' Battle.
Well, because it's called 'The Seven Days Battle', I'd say about SEVEN DAYS.
The Seven Days Battle was fought from June 25 through July 1, 1862.
The seven days battle ended down the Richmond peninsula.
date of the seven days battle: April-July 1862
The Confederates won the Seven Days Battle.
McClellan's Union Army of the Potomac and Lee's Confederate Army were involved in the Seven Days Battle.
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.
In the Seven Days Battle, George B. McClellan was the commander for the Union, and Robert E. Lee was the commander for the Confederacy. The battle resulted in a victory for the Confederacy.
It was just another battle in the Civil War.
The seven day war
The war went on for 7 days straight.
Yes - 2nd Bull Run
The Union did not capture Richmond..
The Confederacy Won
The Seven Days was a series of battles between June 25 and July 1, 1862. The Confederate army was commanded by General Robert E. Lee who had taken command of the Army of Northern Virginia barely three weeks earlier.
In the Seven Days Battle, 1,734 Federal soldiers were killed and 8,062 wounded .