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[EAN: 9780306812194], Neubuch, [PU: The Perseus Books Group, United States], History|United States|Civil War Period (1850-1877), Language: English Brand New Book ***** Print on Demand *****. Sam Grant had his faults, but he was always willing to fight, and often able to win. Frustrated by a tactical stalemate in Virginia in 1863 Ulysses S. Grant embarked upon a strategy of strangling the Confederate supply line on the Mississippi. Central to the Union strategy was the capture of the Confederate-held Mississippi town of Vicksburg.Grant combined the coolness under fire necessary for operational command with a storekeeper s ability to figure odds, anticipate supply needs, and calculate rates of movement of his own and his opponent s armies. Facing him was a determined and talented Confederate opposition. Nathan Bedford Forrest s campaign of protracted cavalry raids frequently placed Grant s supplies and reinforcements in constant jeopardy. Isaac Brown and his scratch-built Confederate ironclad Arkansas took on the Union river fleet single-handedly, writing one of the most interesting chapters in American naval history. Inside the besieged Vicksburg itself, Southern soldiers and civilians alike suffered from hunger and bombardment. Grant s soldiers endured in their turn heat, disease, and costly attacks on the Confederate fortifications.Grant s Vicksburg operations and the experiences of the opposing sides are of lasting historical interest. Day-to-day courage in pursuit of a grand strategic vision combined land and naval operations, guerrilla raids, political infighting and interference, and the riverine operations of America s first brown water navy; all have been brought together here in a powerful narrative of military history.

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Sam Grant had his faults, but he was always willing to fight, and often able to win. Frustrated by a tactical stalemate in Virginia in 1863 Ulysses S. Grant embarked upon a strategy of strangling the Confederate supply line on the Mississippi. Central to the Union strategy was the capture of the Confederate-held Mississippi town of Vicksburg.Grant combined the coolness under fire necessary for operational command with a storekeeper''s ability to figure odds, anticipate supply needs, and calculate rates of movement of his own and his opponent''s armies. Facing him was a determined and talented Confederate opposition. Nathan Bedford Forrest''s campaign of protracted cavalry raids frequently placed Grant''s supplies and reinforcements in constant jeopardy. Isaac Brown and his scratch-built Confederate ironclad Arkansas took on the Union river fleet single-handedly, writing one of the most interesting chapters in American naval history. Inside the besieged Vicksburg itself, Southern soldiers and civilians alike suffered from hunger and bombardment. Grant''s soldiers endured in their turn heat, disease, and costly attacks on the Confederate fortifications.Grant''s Vicksburg operations and the experiences of the opposing sides are of lasting historical interest. Day-to-day courage in pursuit of a grand strategic vision combined land and naval operations, guerrilla raids, political infighting and interference, and the riverine operations of America''s first brown water navy; all have been brought together here in a powerful narrative of military history. David G. Martin, Books, History, Vicksburg Campaign: April 1862 - July 1863 Books>History, Da Capo Press

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"Sam" Grant had his faults, but he was always willing to fight, and often able to win. Frustrated by a tactical stalemate in Virginia in 1863 Ulysses S. Grant embarked upon a strategy of strangling the Confederate supply line on the Mississippi. Central to the Union strategy was the capture of the Confederate-held Mississippi town of Vicksburg.Grant combined the coolness under fire necessary for operational command with a storekeeper's ability to figure odds, anticipate supply needs, and calculate rates of movement of his own and his opponent's armies. Facing him was a determined and talented Confederate opposition. Nathan Bedford Forrest's campaign of protracted cavalry raids frequently placed Grant's supplies and reinforcements in constant jeopardy. Isaac Brown and his scratch-built Confederate ironclad Arkansas took on the Union river fleet single-handedly, writing one of the most interesting chapters in American naval history. Inside the besieged Vicksburg itself, Southern soldiers and civilians alike suffered from hunger and bombardment. Grant's soldiers endured in their turn heat, disease, and costly attacks on the Confederate fortifications.Grant's Vicksburg operations and the experiences of the opposing sides are of lasting historical interest. Day-to-day courage in pursuit of a grand strategic vision combined land and naval operations, guerrilla raids, political infighting and interference, and the riverine operations of America's first "brown water" navy; all have been brought together here in a powerful narrative of military history. Vicksburg Campaign: April 1862 - July 1863 Martin, David, Da Capo Press

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Sam" Grant had his faults, but he was always willing to fight, and often able to win. Frustrated by a tactical stalemate in Virginia in 1863 Ulysses S. Grant embarked upon a strategy of strangling the Confederate supply line on the Mississippi. Central to the Union strategy was the capture of the Confederate-held Mississippi town of Vicksburg.Grant combined the coolness under fire necessary for operational command with a storekeeper's ability to figure odds, anticipate supply needs, and calculate rates of movement of his own and his opponent's armies. Facing him was a determined and talented Confederate opposition. Nathan Bedford Forrest's campaign of protracted cavalry raids frequently placed Grant's supplies and reinforcements in constant jeopardy. Isaac Brown and his scratch-built Confederate ironclad Arkansas took on the Union river fleet single-handedly, writing one of the most interesting chapters in American naval history. Inside the besieged Vicksburg itself, Southern soldiers and civilians alike suffered from hunger and bombardment. Grant's soldiers endured in their turn heat, disease, and costly attacks on the Confederate fortifications.Grant's Vicksburg operations and the experiences of the opposing sides are of lasting historical interest. Day-to-day courage in pursuit of a grand strategic vision combined land and naval operations, guerrilla raids, political infighting and interference, and the riverine operations of America's first "brown water" navy; all h 19th century,americas,campaigns and battlefields,civil war,history,military,modern (16th-21st centuries) History, Da Capo Press

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Vicksburg Campaign: April 1862 - July 1863
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Martin, David

Titel:

Vicksburg Campaign: April 1862 - July 1863

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0306812193

Grant's Vicksburg operations and those of the opposing side are of lasting historical interest. Combined land and naval operations, guerrilla raids, political infighting and interference, and the riverine operations of America's first "brown water" navy; all have been brought together here in a powerful narrative of military history.

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EAN (ISBN-13): 9780306812194
ISBN (ISBN-10): 0306812193
Taschenbuch
Erscheinungsjahr: 2002
Herausgeber: DA CAPO PR
240 Seiten
Gewicht: 0,313 kg
Sprache: eng/Englisch

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