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Tag Archives: What if?
What if Albert S. Johnston had not died at Shiloh? What do you think he might have attempted for defense in the Western Theater?
What is your favorite “what if?” of the Civil War?
The 155th Anniversary of the Battle of Chancellorsville is coming up, so what if… What if General Hooker hadn’t stopped and waited in the Wilderness area near Chancellor House? What could have happened if he kept moving?
What if… If McClellan hadn’t been appointed to command the Army of the Potomac, who should have been commander and how would he have pressed an attack “on to Richmond”?
Emerging Civil War welcomes back guest author Frank Jastrzembski My first knowledge of General Kearny came about ten years ago, around the age of nineteen. My grandmother purchased for me a reissued copy of Ezra J. Warner’s excellent Generals in … Continue reading