Pat Cleburne's last fight

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Military Illustrated - Past and Present
Vol. 187 (December 2003), p. 17-23

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The greatest Confederate charge of the Civil War was at Franklin, covering double the distance of Pickett's advance at Gettysburg. Irish-born Pat Cleburne was at its head - a bold and steadfast warrior. But, as John Barratt reveals, the victory would be his last fight