Atlanta and the War

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Thomas Nelson Incorporated, Apr 1, 1996 - History
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Sherman's destruction of Atlanta during the Civil War was not a planned Union strategy, according to Webb Garrison, but the campaign made Atlanta a household name and sparked the city's growth toward world-class significance. Illustrated and indexed.

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User Review  - Tom Darrow - Goodreads

A decent coverage of the Atlanta Campaign that is scholarly enough for the Civil War buff but easy enough to read for someone with passing interest. There are a few historical innaccuracies. Also, it ... Read full review

Review: Atlanta and the War

User Review  - Goodreads

A decent coverage of the Atlanta Campaign that is scholarly enough for the Civil War buff but easy enough to read for someone with passing interest. There are a few historical innaccuracies. Also, it ... Read full review

About the author (1996)

Webb Garrison is a former university dean & college president who has spent a lifetime collecting & chronicling Civil War imagery & documentation. He has written more than 1,000 articles for magazines, & over 65 books - of which the most popular are on the Civil War; their cumulative sales are approaching one million copies. He is a frequent speaker on this subject for radio talk shows & national TV programs. Webb Garrison lives in North Carolina.

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