Our Review/Thoughts

It gave him purpose, praise, and the adoration of men

”The trialsStiles bookends his biography with accounts of the two courts-martial Custer faced in his short career (the “Trials” of the title)

After an uncomfortable stint in the Balloon Corps, conducting reconnaissance missions over enemy lines, Custer managed to ingratiate himself with General George McClellan, Commander of the Army of the Potomac

It's refreshing to read a biography with both mass appeal and an academic air

” A graduate of West Point, he experienced the country’s first professional education

It was for exploits like these that Custer was promoted to the rank of major general (though the rank was a temporary, “brevet” promotion

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