SHERMAN'S MARCH IN MYTH AND MEMORY
Examines the emergence of various myths surrounding one of the most enduring campaigns in the annals of military history. This work provides a brief overview of Sherman's life and his March, but their focus is on how these myths came about, such as one description of a "60-mile wide path of destruction," and how legends about Sherman and his campaign have served a variety of interests. Well illus.
Publisher: Rowman & Littlefield
Item #: 1907794
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