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The Hard Hand of WarBy Brion McClanahan
The Abbeville InstituteApril 17, 2017 FacebookTwitter
Brion McClanahan on an American dictator killing his own people.
A Review of Joseph W. Danielson, War’s Desolating Scourage:
The Union’s Occupation of North Alabama,
University Press of Kansas, 2012; Charles A. Misulia, Columbus Georgia 1865:
The Last True Battle of the Civil War, The University of Alabama Press, 2010.On Easter Sunday, April 16, 1865, Union forces under the command of General James Harrison Wilson attacked, captured, and sacked Columbus, GA in the last major battle of the War east of the Mississippi. Wilson’s campaign began in North Alabama and quickly moved South.By this point in the War, Alabama could offer little resistance. Even the great Forrest could not stop Wilson at Selma.
The “army” defending Columbus–like Forrest’s army at Selma–was little more than young boys and old men.
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