By Stephen Davis
Joe Johnston misplaced Atlanta and John Bell Hood has gotten a bum rap, Stephen Davis argues in his new booklet, Atlanta Will Fall: Sherman, Joe Johnston, and the american Heavy Battalions. the autumn of town used to be inevitable simply because Johnston pursued a method that used to be regular of his occupation: he fell again. repeatedly. To the purpose the place he allowed Sherman's military to inside 5 miles of town. opposed to a weaker opponent, Johnston's process may have succeeded. yet Sherman commanded stronger numbers, and he used to be a daring, creative strategist who pressed the enemy day-by-day and used his artillery to pound their strains. in contrast mix, Johnston did not have an opportunity. And by the point Hood took over the accomplice command, neither did he.
Atlanta Will Fall offers a full of life, fast moving assessment of the full Atlanta crusade from Dalton to Jonesboro. Davis describes the battles and analyzes the ideas. He evaluates the 3 generals, interpreting their plans of motion, their strategies, and their management skill. In doing so, he demanding situations the widely held perceptions of the 2 accomplice leaders and gives a brand new point of view on essentially the most decisive battles of the Civil War.
a good supplemental textual content for classes at the Civil struggle and American nineteenth-century historical past, Atlanta Will Fall will have interaction scholars with its brisk, concise exam of the struggle for Atlanta.
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Atlanta Will Fall: Sherman, Joe Johnston, and the Yankee Heavy Battalions (The American Crisis Series: Books on the Civil War Era) by Stephen Davis