Wilderness and Spotsylvania 1864, Andy Nunez.
Looks at two very different battles - the Wilderness, fought in dense
woodland and notable for the confusion on both sides, and
Spotsylvania, where Union forces made a series of attempts to storm
strong Confederate field works. These were the battles where Grant
began to come to grips with the abilities and limits of the Army of the
Potomac, and in particular a command structure that included political
appointees and officers appointed by a series of previous commanders
of the army.
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