Biography & Autobiography

Personal Memoirs of General W. T. Sherman

Author: William Tecumseh Sherman

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Category: Biography & Autobiography

Page: 472

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Sherman's infamous march on Atlanta during the Civil War demoralized the Confederacy and destroyed the city's military value. This memoir profiles the general's early military career and shows how he gained his command in the Union Army.

Memoirs of Gen. William T. Sherman;

Author: Gen William Tecumseh Sherman

Publisher: Franklin Classics Trade Press

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Page: 476

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Biography & Autobiography

Memoirs of General W.T. Sherman

Author: William Tecumseh Sherman

Publisher: Springer Science & Business

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The controversial Union General looks back on his life, his memories of the South and West, and his experiences during the Civil War

Memoirs of General W. T. Sherman, Volume I.

Author: William Tecumseh Sherman

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Page: 88

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William Tecumseh Sherman is one of the most important and controversial generals in American history. Just about the only thing everyone would agree on is his effectiveness. While he's lauded as a Union war hero during the Civil War and a forerunner of modern warfare, the South despised him for his heavy-handed tactics, particularly the burning of Columbia and his March to the Sea. The hard-hitting Sherman was just as tough in his memoirs, a candid look at his experiences in the war and his analysis of the generalship of others in every theater. His memoirs are considered one of the most important post-war works by a general on either side of the Civil War.

Memoirs of General William T. Sherman Volume 1 - Scholar's Choice Edition

Author: William T. 1820-1891 Sherman

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