Thomas Stonewall Jackson.The military career of Jackson is seen as one of the most gifted instances of tactical operations in the course of The Civil War. One battle in particular is studied not only in the United States but also worldwide for it's sheer brilliancy.
General George Edward Pickett was a major-general in the army of the Confederate States of America during the American Civil War. During the Civil War Battle of Fredericksburg, Pickett’s forces helped contribute to the overwhelming Confederate victory. He led the disastrous and foolhardy “Pickett’s Charge” against Union lines in the Battle of Gettysburg, in the process losing almost his entire division. To his dying day, he bitterly mourned this great loss.
Lt General Braxton Bragg (Mar 22, 1817 – Sep 27, 1876) was a principal commander in the Western Theater of the American Civil War and later the military adviser to the Confederate President Jefferson Davis. hroughout these campaigns, Bragg fought almost as bitterly against some of his uncooperative subordinates as he did against the enemy, and they made multiple attempts to have him replaced as army commander.