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Ep. 0161: "Disregarding the Laws of God and Man": The Not-So-Civil War, Part 11: CJ discusses the 'total war' campaigns of Philip Sheridan and William T. Sherman in 1864.

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The end (of this non-consecutive series) is starting to come into sight, as the Union increasingly relies on 'total war' to completely crush the spirit of resistance among Southern civilians, regardless of any moral considerations.Join CJ as he discusses:Confederate General Jubal Early's raid into Union territory, which reached the outer defenses of Washington D.C. before being fought off and chased back into the Shenandoah ValleyPhilip Sheridan's decisive defeat of Early's forces, and Sheridan's subsequent destruction of the farms, food, and infrastructure of the valleyThe Atlanta campaign, which saw Union General William T. Sherman facing off against the Army of Tennessee, initially commanded by Confederate General Joseph JohnstonJefferson Davis's replacement of Johnston with John Bell Hood, and the disastrously costly offensives Hood launched Union forces that outnumbered his by over 2:1Sherman's shelling of Atlanta & ultimate seizure of the city, followed by the removal of remaining civilian residentsSherman's increasingly large-scale, deliberate targeting of civilians' shelter & means of subsistence in "total war"The 1864 presidential election, in which Lincoln was reelected, ensuring that the war would continueSherman's burning of the remnants of Atlanta and "March to the Sea" across GeorgiaWanna meet CJ and ? Come out to the 2018 Midwest Peace & Liberty Fest in Deltona, Michigan! CJ will be there from Friday, June 22nd through Monday, June 25th, and will be speaking on Sunday, June 24th. Hope to see you there!Support the Dangerous History Podcast via PatreonCJ’s DHP Amazon Wish ListOther ways to support the showThe Dangerous History Podcast is a member of the Recorded History Podcast Network, the Dark Myths Podcast Collective& LRN.fm’s podcast roster.Internal LinksDHP Ep. 0131: Opening Gambits: The Not-So-Civil War Part 1 (The first installment in this series)External LinksMadeleine Albright famously saying 500K dead children is a worthwhile price to pay in pursuit of Team America's political goalsLearn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

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