THE RIVER WAS DYED WITH BLOOD: Nathan Bedford Forrest & Fort Pillow
Argues that although atrocities did occur after the fall of Fort Pillow in 1864, Confederate general Nathan Forrest did not order or intend a systematic execution of its defenders. Rather, the general's great failing was losing control of his troops. Maps & illus.
Publishing status: Current
Item #: 4732871
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