Stones River and Tullahoma Campaigns: This Army Does Not Retreat

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To control one of the most military strategic pieces of land, nearly 40% of the American Civil War was fought in central Tennessee. Coveted by both the Union and Confederate Armies for its rivers and railways, the Battle for Stones River was one of the gravest Civil War clashes that pit soldiers against former countrymen in the dead of winter.

Using primary resources and in depth interviews with National Park Rangers, Kolakowski explores the military strategies employed throughout the encounter and the political gains to be had by the victor. Browse our complete Civil War Collection for other educational and collectible items celebrating America’s struggle to end slavery.

Product Details

  • Visit the Stones River National Battlefield about the Civil War
  • Published by The History Press; 9781596290754
  • Sesquicentennial Series entry 158 pages
  • Printed in the US

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