At daybreak on April 6, 1862, Confederate forces launched a bold suprise attack on the Union army, encamped in southwestern Tennesse. The battle of Shiloh, also known as the battle of Pittsburg Landing, would prove to be the bloodiest battle up until that point in United Staes history. The two day battle would cost a staggering 23,000 casualties. Both sides were stunned at the appalling loss of life. At the time, neither realized that three more years of such bloodshed were still to come.
These are detailed and moving first-hand accounts, from generals to privates, about their experiences participating in this dramatic and historically significant battle.
Brilliantly narrated in northern and southern accents by a professional actor and gifted voice talent, this unique audiobook vividly brings to life the words and heartfelt sentiments of those who wrote these riveting accounts.
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UNPREPARED ,OVER CONFIDENT,BRAVE
YES IT IS NECESSARY TO SEE THE IMPORTANCE OF COMMUNICATION IS AT THE BATTLE SITE IN THAT THE COMMANDER MUST BE THERE LIKE HANNIBAL WAS
PITY FOR THE COMMON SOLDIER LED BY INCOMPETENT GENERALS AND THE WASTE OF SO MANY SOLDIERS
LEADERS MUST LEARN HOW TO WAGE WAR FROM HISTORY EG.HANNIBAL
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