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As battles went, Hooker was winning, for the Army of the Potomac had the initiative, superior manpower, and the element of surprise. Lee learned from Jackson of the Union crossing at Fredericksburg from the east, but because of the disposition of Union troops, he could not decide what Hooker's plan of attack was. Stuart's cavalry sent word of the Union cavalry's northern crossing and of Union troops moving south. Lee sent Anderson to hold the Chancellorsville junction of the Orange Plank and Mine roads near Zoan Church.
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American Cryptology During the Cold War - Book 1 [TOP SECRET - DECLAS.] by T. Johnson