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 Posted: Tue Aug 14th, 2007 06:41 pm
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I think I found it. The book I had in mind was The Campaign for Atlanta published by Savas-Woodbury in 1994 as part of a series called Campaign Chronicles. Series Editors where Theodore P. Savas and David A. Woodbury. The article I cited was, I think, written by Steven E. Woodworth and titled, "A Reassessment of Confederate Command Options During the Winter of 1863-1864."

I said "I think" because I didn't re-read the essay. If the essay doesn't specifically relate to unit-size and command development, it certainly does discuss in some detail Davis' options and command choices. Well worth reading.

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