The Campaign for Atlanta

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Savas Beatie, 2022 - 246 pages
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The Campaign for Atlanta is an outstanding work covering the entire critical campaign from May 1864 southward to Atlanta, the major battles fought around the city, the siege, and much more including Utoy Creek and Allatoona Pass. The maps of the battles and the campaign are superior to anything else drawn to date. Includes full orders of battle, footnotes, and index.

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About the author (2022)

William R. Scaife was a 1954 Georgia Tech graduate who earned degrees in architecture and engineering. He worked in the fields at different firms and as a consultant before retiring in 1983. Bill had always been a history buff, but the World War II veteran of the 82nd Airborne's passion caught fire when he researched his grandfather, Dr. William R. Scaife, who had been a Civil War surgeon. He is the author of many books, including Allatoona Pass: A Needless Effusion of Blood, and The Campaign for Atlanta. Bill passed away in 2009.

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