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[[File:Sherman sea 1868.jpg|thumb|360px|Engraving by [[Alexander Hay Ritchie]] depicting Sherman's March.]]
 
[[File:Sherman sea 1868.jpg|thumb|360px|Engraving by [[Alexander Hay Ritchie]] depicting Sherman's March.]]
 
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'''Sherman's March to the Sea''' is the name commonly given to the '''Savannah Campaign''' conducted through [[Georgia (US state)|Georgia]] from November 15 to December 21, 1864 by [[Major general (United States)|Maj. Gen.]] [[William Tecumseh Sherman]] of the [[Union Army]] in the [[American Civil War]]. The campaign began with Sherman's troops leaving the [[Battle of Atlanta|captured]] city of [[Atlanta, Georgia]], on November 15 and ended with the capture of the port of [[Savannah, Georgia|Savannah]] on December 21. His forces destroyed military targets as well as industry, infrastructure, and civilian property and disrupted the South's economy and its transportation networks. Sherman's bold move of operating deep within enemy territory and without supply lines is considered to be revolutionary in the annals of war.<ref name=Eicher768>Eicher, p. 768.</ref>
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'''Sherman's March to the Sea''' khjfdihredkflhdofiherfiweyroqpw3iuryoe9w4yrb is the name commonly given to the '''Savannah Campaign''' conducted through [[Georgia (US state)|Georgia]] from November 15 to December 21, 1864 by [[Major general (United States)|Maj. Gen.]] [[William Tecumseh Sherman]] of the [[Union Army]] in the [[American Civil War]]. The campaign began with Sherman's troops leaving the [[Battle of Atlanta|captured]] city of [[Atlanta, Georgia]], on November 15 and ended with the capture of the port of [[Savannah, Georgia|Savannah]] on December 21. His forces destroyed military targets as well as industry, infrastructure, and civilian property and disrupted the South's economy and its transportation networks. Sherman's bold move of operating deep within enemy territory and without supply lines is considered to be revolutionary in the annals of war.<ref name=Eicher768>Eicher, p. 768.</ref>
   
 
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