John Bell Hood and the struggle for Atlanta
McWhiney Foundation Press, McMurry University, 1998 - Biography & Autobiography - 176 pages
Coffey delivers a clear and riveting evaluation of Confederate General John Bell Hood's service in and command of the Western Army in Northern Georgia and his performance in the Atlanta Campaign. 24 photos. 7 maps.
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