Total War: March to September 1864

From Dalton to Atlanta

How important was Atlanta to the Confederate cause?

Atlanta had only about 10,500 people when the war began, but the “Gate City,” as it was called, was the hub of three major railroads. If Atlanta fell, the Confederacy would be cut in two.


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