The Fight For Tennessee: July 1863 to January 1864

Battle of Lookout Mountain

Did Braxton Bragg recognize any of the danger he and his army faced?

Although we know that Bragg suffered from physical debility, we would truly like to know what the state of his mind, his thinking, was at this time. Here he was, atop a ridge that commanded the view for miles about, yet he was reacting to the Union moves, not sketching out any of his own. As bad as things were for Bragg and his men, they were soon to become even worse.


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