Frederic C. Wagner III served as an officer both in the U.S. Army and the New York Army National Guard. He is a decorated Vietnam veteran and worked for 22 years on Wall Street, mostly as a commodities broker.
"the clear product of exhaustive research and reflection that should serve as an example to others who attempt to analyze the Little Big Horn, decipher its sequence of events and explain its outcome...recommend"--The Battlefield Dispatch; "with all that has been written on the Battle of Little Big Horn, it is surprising to find a study that brings fresh insight to the subject. This book accomplishes the task through a detailed analysis of times, durations, and speeds mentioned in witness accounts. To sift through all the narratives and construct a lucid and convincing picture is quite a challenge. Frederic Wagner has risen to that challenge admirably"--The Journal of America's Military Past; "a must-have"--Roundup Magazine.