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The battles of New Hope Church

Author: Russell W Blount
Publisher: Gretna, La. : Pelican Pub., 2010.
Edition/Format:   Book : English
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"When Union General William T. Sherman marched toward Atlanta in 1864, he found himself face to face with Joseph E. Johnston's Army of Tennessee, entangled in an untamed wilderness that came to be known as the Hell Hole. During the week-long ordeal of virtually continuous fighting at New Hope Church and nearby Pickett's Mill and Dallas, a new era of trench warfare was introduced and Sherman's and Johnston's  Read more...
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Genre/Form: Military history
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Russell W Blount
ISBN: 9781589807488 1589807480
OCLC Number: 435422208
Description: 176 p. : ill. ; 24 cm.
Contents: Across the Rubicon --
Old Joe --
The road to New Hope Church --
Every deadly missile rained around us --
The very woods seemed to moan and groan --
But the ditch! oh, what an experience --
Why don't they stop those damned bugles --
The strong fine soul within --
The criminal blunder --
Tell mother I am in the front ranks yet --
The most trying time --
A great blue carpet --
We knew we had met them in vain --
What is to become of us?
Responsibility: Russell W. Blount, Jr.

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"When Union General William T. Sherman marched toward Atlanta in 1864, he found himself face to face with Joseph E. Johnston's Army of Tennessee, entangled in an untamed wilderness that came to be known as the Hell Hole. During the week-long ordeal of virtually continuous fighting at New Hope Church and nearby Pickett's Mill and Dallas, a new era of trench warfare was introduced and Sherman's and Johnston's strategies for the remainder of the Atlanta Campaign were forged. In this examination of a series of actions in Paulding County, Georgia, maps pinpoint battle locations while photographs capture the sites of conflict and portray the brave men who served on both sides of the War Between the States"--P. [4] of cover.

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