Battle of Glendale, June 30 1862

Battle of Glendale or Frayser’s Farm, After Action Report (AAR)

New Scenario in Development – The battle will be in the coming Scenario Booklet.

The battlefield view from the Rebel rear

The battlefield view from the Rebel rear

The view from the rear of the Union Center, The Gen. McCall's Division within the light woods supporting the Artillery

The view from the rear of the Union Center, The Gen. McCall’s Division within the light woods supporting the Artillery

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The Union guns positioned in front of the Infantry Brigade lead by George Meade, positioned within the light woods.

CSA Artillery moving forward to unlimber prior to the attack.

CSA Artillery moving forward to unlimber prior to the attack.

The placement of the Union Artillery in front and with the woods behind them would lead to many of the batteries being overrun during the fight.

The placement of the Union Artillery in front and with the woods behind them would lead to many of the batteries being overrun during the fight.

The Rebel Brigades having smashed McCall's Division break the Union center to reach the critical road in the rear.

The Rebel Brigades having smashed McCall’s Division break the Union center to reach the critical road in the rear.

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