Braxton Bragg


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Noun1.Braxton Bragg - Confederate general during the American Civil War who was defeated by Grant in the battle of Chattanooga (1817-1876)Braxton Bragg - Confederate general during the American Civil War who was defeated by Grant in the battle of Chattanooga (1817-1876)
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Rosecrans and Braxton Bragg that defined the battle, focusing on the development of the battle and campaign and why events happened, rather than what happened, including strategy, operations, tactics, organization, logistics, and personnel decisions.
Confederate General Braxton Bragg clashed with Major General Jacob D.
Davis spent weeks traveling across the South trying to quell problems among his feuding generals, especially regarding his deeply unpopular western departmental commander, Braxton Bragg.
The story begins an hour's drive on Interstate 24 north of Sewanee at Murfreesboro, where a pitched battle was fought at the end of the year 1862 between the Confederate Army of Tennessee under General Braxton Bragg and the Union Army of the Cumberland under the wily and resourceful command of General William S.
is proud to announce its new corporate membership to the Association of the United States Army (AUSA) the Braxton Bragg Chapter.
However, while the First Corps played a significant role in the Confederate victory at Chickamauga, afterwards the general's personal conflicts with several of his subordinate officers, as well as with Braxton Bragg, took their toll on the Corps' effectiveness.
Toward the end of November 1863, four months after the twin disasters of Vicks-burg and Gettysburg, Confederate forces led by General Braxton Bragg followed up a bloody victory at Chickamauga by laying siege to William Rosecran's Army of the Cumberland in Chattanooga.
The Union Army of the Cumberland staved off defeat at Stones River and brought the costly battle to a draw before General Braxton Bragg and the Confederate Army of Tennessee were forced to retreat from Murfreesboro.
In the latter area, Davis's loyalty toward friends such as Albert Sidney Johnston, Leonidas Polk, Braxton Bragg, and commissary general Lucius Northrup come in for the usual criticism, as does his intense dislike of other officers such as P.
Judith Hallock discovered Callaway's letters while researching her book on Braxton Bragg.
Many generations of Southerners have sat up late, bourbon in hand, wondering what if Braxton Bragg had held Missionary Ridge against the Union charge, preventing Sherman's March to the Sea?
In this capacity, Stout's administrative capability so impressed General Braxton Bragg, commander of the Army of Tennessee, that Bragg placed Stout in charge of all the Army of Tennessee hospitals in the Chattanooga area, a post with increasing responsibilities as a result of army movements.