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|Title||:||The Red River Campaign: Union And Confederate Leadership And The War In Louisiana|
|Number of Pages||:||144 Pages|
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The Red River Campaign: Union And Confederate Leadership And The War In Louisiana Reviews
While dry, this work is brief enough to keep the interest of a casual reader interested in the Red River Campaign. The book puts the campaign into a greater context which explains why the relatively small battles of this campaign had an impact on the war all out of proportion with the army sizes and casualty lists. The book's contention that Federal defeats in the campaign helped the Confederates to prolong the war might be a stretch, but the arguments are interesting.At the very least, the book points out the mistakes made by Union general Banks and admiral Porter, and ways in which the campaign might have been better handled.
I enjoyed Mr. Savas' essay on Col. Beard and the Consolidated Crescent Regiment the most.