ATLANTA WILL FALL: Sherman, Joe Johnston, and the Yankee Heavy Battalions
In this work Davis argues that the fall of Atlanta to Union forces during the American Civil War was not the fault of John Bell Hood as most historians have believed, but was the responsibility of Hood's predecessor as Confederate commander, Joe Johnson. Illus.
Publisher: Scholarly Resources
Item #: 1924605
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