Last Train from Atlanta

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T. Yoseloff, 1958 - Atlanta Campaign, 1864 - 558 pages
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"Like Carthage or Troy of an earlier generation, Warsaw or Manila of a later, Atlanta was doomed by its own desirability. The North sought it with the singleness of purpose of a hawk. Like a 'besom of destruction' Major General William Tecumseh Sherman led an army of one hundred thousand seasoned veterans out of Tennessee, their first and major goal -- Atlanta. Hardened by fury and the disappointments of three years of civil warfare, this huge 'Military Divison of the Mississippi' composed of three distinct armies, was perhaps the greatest fighting machine the world had ever seen"--Prolouge.

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User Review  - Jo Ann Glim - Goodreads

I cannot drive through Atlanta and not look at significant landmarks from the Civil War (the Presbyterian Church ((downtown)) comes to mind) without feeling the presence of those who lived here during ... Read full review

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User Review  - Brian - Goodreads

I bought a nice hardback copy of this second hand. The subject is the Siege of Atlanta, and mostly it comprises memoirs of people who were there with extracts from contemporary letters, newspapers and ... Read full review

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