Confusion on the road to Wauhatchie

Holden, Walter
December 1996
Military History;Dec96, Vol. 13 Issue 5, p50
Focuses on Union Major General Carl Schurz, who was blamed for the failure of Brigadier General John Geary's unit, because he did not arrive in time. Vulnerability of Geary's isolated division at Wauhatchie; Major General Joseph Howard's call for Schurz to speed up his troops; What Hooker wrote about Schurz in his report on the events; Schurz' demand for a court of inquiry.


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