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This assessment of the performance of the southern soldiers in the American Civil War of 1861 deals with every aspect of an army from its senior officer to the lowliest private, following every process as the soldier tried to adapt to military life, train, and overcome the enemy.
a genuinely original study on the format and content of training and doctrine for one of the least successful armies in modern history- the Confederate Army of Tennessee -Civil War History
" Andrew Haughton has produced a genuinely original study on the format and content of training and doctrine for one of the least successful armies in modern history - the Confederate Army of Tennessee"
- Civil War History
This series publishes studies on historical and contemporary aspects of land power, spanning the period from the eighteenth century to the present day, and will include national, international and comparative studies. From time to time, the series will publish edited collections of essays and ‘classics’.