Marching Through Georgia: Story of Soldiers and Civilians During Sherman's Campaign
In this engrossing work of history, Lee Kennett brilliantly brings General Sherman's 1864 invasion of Georgia to life by capturing the ground-level experiences of the soldiers and civilians who witnesses the bloody campaign. From the skirmish at Buzzard Roost Gap all the way to Savannah ten months later, Kennet follows the notorious, complex Sherman, who attacked the devastated the heart of the Confederacy's arsenal. Marching Through Georgia describes, in gripping detail, the event that marked the end of the Old South.
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This is a truly masterful study in the seemingly uninteresting topic of military gvernment. It is interesting both as a nuts-and-bolts account of how the Union dealt with the administration of newly ... Read full review
MARCHING THROUGH GEORGIA: The Story of Soldiers and Civilians During Sherman's CampaignUser Review - Jane Doe - Kirkus
A highly readable and insightful account of Sherman's infamous march to the sea. Kennett (History/Univ. of Georgia; G.I.: The American Soldier in World War II, 1987) provides a ground-level view of ... Read full review
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Lee B. Kennett
No preview available - 1996