Nineteenth-century History

Article by General Sherman on his ‘Grand Strategy’ of the Civil War

Another blog I regularly follow pointed me in the direction of a very interesting article written by General William T. Sherman about his ‘Grand Strategy’ of the Civil War. It’s interesting to read Sherman’s take on it about two decades after it actually took place.

I know this post is a bit short, but unfortunately I don’t have a whole lot of time to write more at the moment. Future posts will be longer and more informative.

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