Confederate Ironclad vs Union Ironclad: Hampton Roads 1862

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Aggressive strategy called for offensive force concentration. William Rosecrans at the Battle of Stones River in Tennessee. [155] The one clear Confederate victory in the West was the Battle of Chickamauga. Over the last few weeks, there has been near unanimous agreement among liberal and mainstream commentators that the Confederate flag represents “hate, not heritage.” The flag’s current presence in American culture is ubiquitous.

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Publisher: Osprey Publishing; First Edition edition (November 18, 2008)

ISBN: 1846032326

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