James Lee McDonough


Born
in Nashville, Tennessee, The United States
June 17, 1937

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James Lee McDonough is professor of history at Auburn University.

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“While many a Georgian condemned the Yankees for ravaging the countryside, it should be noted that the Confederates often treated Southerners just as badly, if not worse. Major”
James Lee McDonough, William Tecumseh Sherman: In the Service of My Country: A Life

“He had bludgeoned the Southern will to resist the military strength of the United States. He had destroyed any realistic hope of ultimate Confederate success, and the people of the South realized that the Confederate armies could not protect them. The”
James Lee McDonough, William Tecumseh Sherman: In the Service of My Country: A Life

“Sherman making a mockery of Confederate President Jefferson Davis’s recent assertion, while visiting the Rebel army, that the Yankees would have to retreat from Georgia or starve, and predicting that the retreat would be “more disastrous than was that of Napoleon from Moscow.”
James Lee McDonough, William Tecumseh Sherman: In the Service of My Country: A Life

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