|Statement||text by Albert Castel.|
|Series||Civil War series|
|LC Classifications||E476.7 .C277 1996|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||54 p. :|
|Number of Pages||54|
|LC Control Number||96180350|
Along with his book on Peach Tree Creek, Robert D. Jenkins has also authored To the Gates of Atlanta, which covers the period from the retreat from Kennesaw Mountain leading up to Peach Tree Creek. William R. Scaife also has a history of the campaign, The Campaign for Atlanta. A recent book by Ron Buell, War Like a Thunderbolt (), is very well done, but it is at best an outline of the battles leading up to the fall of Atlanta - Buell's focus is mainly on he actual burning of Atlanta, but he does an excellent job with the Battle of Jonesboro and the Union flanking movement that ended the by: The Atlanta Campaign This is a Wikipedia book, a collection of Wikipedia articles that can be easily saved, imported by an external electronic rendering service, and ordered as a printed book. Edit this book: Book Creator Wikitext. United States Army Reserve Command (USARC) Staff Ride Briefing Books are produced by the Office of the Command Historian (OCH) to provide a systematic approach to the analysis of significant campaigns and battle in the history of the military art and the profession of arms. The contents of this specific series (OCH Pub ) include: Campaign overview -- Cited by: 1.
The author takes this book to another level in order to explain the Atlanta Campaign by applying the strategy, planning and management theories of the modern era to the actual historical events. This book is an attempt to showcase the smart and witty thinking of Sherman that eventually led the Union to win the war against the Confederates. Donate to the First Tee of Metro Atlanta and enjoy some great golf as well! NOTE: BEGINNING THURSDAY APRIL 9, the Players Book Campaign is temporarily suspended due to ClubCorp's Covid Protocols Beginning THURSDAY April 9, , the Players Book Campaign has been suspended due to ClubCorp's Covid protocols. We are not currently accepting donations . Atlanta Campaign. Sherman’s Atlanta campaign began in early May , and in the first few months his troops engaged in several fierce battles with Confederate soldiers on the outskirts of. “Experienced students of the Atlanta Campaign or those looking to travel to the actual campaign sites will benefit from this book. It is a nice change of pace from reading a straightforward campaign study and will serve battlefield stompers well in the rugged terrain of north Georgia.” —TOCWOC-A Civil War Blog.
Palmer, James T. Battle Command in the Campaign for Atlanta. The Emergence of William Tecumseh Sherman As a Strategic Leader. Carlisle Barracks: Army War College, The Atlanta campaign was a series of battles fought in the Western Theater of the American Civil War throughout northwest Georgia and the area around Atlanta during the summer of Union Maj. Gen. William Tecumseh Sherman invaded Georgia from the vicinity of Chattanooga, Tennessee, beginning in May , opposed by the Confederate general Joseph E. on: Northwestern Georgia and around Atlanta, . Bill Scaife is an expert on the Civil War and especially with regard to the Atlanta Campaign. If you want to know how it was then - in details - read this book/5. “Hess has written another gem. It will be essential reading for any Civil War enthusiast or scholar who wants to study what was arguably the most important and complex campaign of the entire war, the campaign that ensured Lincoln’s reelection and arguably saved the Union.”--H-Net Reviews “Fighting for Atlanta is an unqualified success.