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Nowhere in the annals of United States military history is there a more tragic, yet valorous, story than that of the Army of Tennessee. Unlike its companion fighting unit, the Army of Northern Virginia which was commanded throughout the Civil War by one of the great military figures of all time, Robert E. Lee, the history of the Army of Tennessee is one of ever-changing commanders, of bickering and wrangling among its leaders, and a discouraging succession of disappointments and might-have-beens.
Table of Contents
|The Western Border States||p. 15|
|Tennessee Girds for War||p. 47|
|Albert Sidney Johnston in Command||p. 55|
|The First Battles||p. 63|
|The Defense of Tennessee||p. 71|
|The Fall of the Forts||p. 80|
|To Fight Another Day||p. 99|
|Retreat and Advance||p. 144|
|The Invasion of Kentucky||p. 162|
|Mississippi Interlude||p. 211|
|The Retreat from Tennessee||p. 222|
|The Chattanooga Campaign||p. 275|
|"Old Joe" Johnston Retreats||p. 305|
|Hood Takes Command - Atlanta Falls||p. 341|
|Hood's New Strategy - Tennessee Ho!||p. 369|
|The Beginning of the End: Franklin... Nashville||p. 394|
|The End||p. 419|
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