General Robert Edward Lee took the command of the Army of Northen Virginia at 1862.
He led his forces in Gettysburg, and although heaving loose the battle, he kept their army ready to fight again untill the war was over.
About his personality, leaders like Winston Churchil said of him, “One of the noblest Americans who ever lived”. His opponent in the battle field, General Ulysses S Grant said of him, “There was not a man in the Confederacy whose influence with the people was as great as his”. And Northern General Winfield Scott, called him the finest soldier he had ever seen.
Present authors agree to said of him that Robert E. Lee was “beloved by his countryman, feared by his enemies, and respected by both”.
Boxart and photos by Fernando Ruiz
Sculpture by Eduard Pérez
High quality resin casting by Verdier Resin Miniatures
Scale 1/24 (75mm)