Memoirs Of General William T. Sherman
On the 12th of November the railroad and telegraph communications with the rear were broken and the army stood detached from all friends dependent on its own resources and supplies.
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LibraryThing ReviewUser Review - buffalogr - LibraryThing
The period of the book includes only the siege on Atlanta and the "march to the sea"...one of the first American examples of total war taken to the enemy's people. The book is composed, largely, of ... Read full review
LibraryThing ReviewUser Review - LeahsChoice - LibraryThing
General Sherman tells a good story, and in this book he certainly lives up to his reputation for talking a lot. Now and then he gets bogged down in details, but most of what he has to say is interesting, and quite descriptive. Read full review