As he marched to the sea in the fall of 1864, General William Sherman brushed aside the slight Confederate opposition, cutting a swath through the heart of Georgia. Far to his rear, General John Bell Hood, Commanding General of the Army of Tennessee, was marching his way northward in the hope of recapturing Tennessee and Kentucky. But Hood's plans to revive the Confederacy's chances of victory were crushed during the Battle of Nashville, which took place in December 1864.
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In this absorbing account of the battle, first published in 1956, Horn devotes much attention to a detailed summary of the two-day struggle, employing the points of view of both Union and Confederate commanders as well as of the soldiers who took part in the fighting.About the Author:
Stanley F. Horn, who died in 1980, was also the author of The Army of Tennessee and Invisible Empire: The Story of the Ku Klux Klan, 1866-1871.
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