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*Corinth 1862: Siege, Battle, Occupatio

*Corinth 1862: Siege, Battle, Occupatio - 12 edition

*Corinth 1862: Siege, Battle, Occupatio (ISBN10: 070061852X; ISBN13: 9780700618521)
ISBN13: 978-0700618521
ISBN10: 070061852X
Edition/Copyright: 12
Cover: Hardcover
Publisher: University Press of Kansas
Published: 04/25/2012
International: No

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niversity Press of Kansas Kansas Hardcover Modern War Studies Series. Good 472 pages. Hardcover with dustjacket. Brand new book. UNITED STATES CIVIL WAR. In the spring of 1862, there was no more imp moreortant place in the western Confederacy&emdash; perhaps in all the South&emdash; than the tiny town of Corinth, Mississippi. Major General Henry W. Halleck, commander of Union forces in the Western Theater, reported to Washington that "Richmond and Corinth are now the great strategical points of war, and our success at these points should be insured at all hazards." In the same vein, Confederate General P. G. T. Beauregard declared to Richmond that "If defeated at Corinth, we lose the Mississippi Valley and probably our cause." Those were odd sentiments concerning a town scarcely a decade old. By this time, however, it sat at the junction of the South's two most important rail lines and had become a major strategic locale. Despite its significance, Corinth has received comparatively little attention from Civil less
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