Shermans March

Shermans March The Man Who Said War Is Hell, General William Tecumseh Sherman, Waged It So Fiercely As To Leave A Permanent Scar On The Southern Psyche Yet His Destructive Campaign Shortened The Civil War Appreciably. Mr Wheeler has done great research and produced many personal vignettes on General Sherman s March from soldiers and civilians from both South and North I learned a lot about Sherman and would recommend this book would give it a 3.5 if possible. Wheeler s woven together Civil War eyewitness histories are rarely ground breaking, but the way he chooses his vignettes, memoirs, etc make them very enjoyable reading. Various parts of the American public have always had a love hate relationship with William Tecumseh Sherman, and this book helps to explain why.He s hated in the South, and gets mixed reviews from the African American community because of his views at the time, and this book does a good job of explaining both.Sherman felt that the lack of consequences for the civilians in the South were part of why the war dragged on, so he set out to remedy that On the march of his troops through Georgia and t Various parts of the American public have always had a love hate relationship with William Tecumseh Sherman, and this book helps to explain why.He s hated in the South, and gets mixed reviews from the African American community because of his views at the time, and this book does a good job of explaining both.Sherman felt that the lack of consequences for the civilians in the South were part of why the war dragged on, so he set out to remedy that On the march of his troops through Georgia and the Carolinas, he was unsympathetic to these civ
This is another read aloud book my husband and I chose It takes the Union s Civil War General Sherman from the fall of Atlanta, Ga., to, of course, his historic march to the sea to cut off supplies to Confederate General Robert E Lee and his army Along the way, the book tells of how the Union army soldiers acted as victors in the South and gives some insight into Sherman s personality and thought processes Sherman s March is not the last word on this subject and certain parts of it could b This is another read aloud book my husband and I chose It takes the Union s Civil War General Sherman from the fall of Atlanta, Ga., to, of course, his historic march to the sea to cut off supplies to Confederate General Robert E Lee and his army Along the way, the book tells of how the Union army soldiers acted as victors in the South and gives some insight into Sherman s personality and thought processes Sherman s March is not the last word on thi
An engaging look into the famed March to the Sea, in all of its glory and horror I like they way it weaves first hand accounts of Northern soldiers as well as Southern civilians You can see why the man was both wor
I loved how the author got personal stories from the people involed during this time in history.Taught me new things about Sherman I did not know.Very good,just wish I could keep all the facts straight Feelsympathy for Sherman. The story of Sherman is one of pure General able to make the hard devious to a passioned friend of the south after his scorched earth arch to the sea.

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  • Paperback
  • 241 pages
  • Shermans March
  • Richard Wheeler
  • English
  • 17 April 2018
  • 0060974133