The descendant of one of history’s great military failures, Confederate General George E. Pickett, has redeemed his family name, emerging the victor in a court battle over the general’s valuable memorabilia.

General Pickett is best remembered for the calamitous “Pickett’s Charge” at the Battle of Gettysburg, the infamously bloody military folly that many say was the turning point in the Civil War.

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