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Newton also provides an analysis of Federal numbers available to oppose the Confederate Army of Tennessee. Given regiments, battalions and batteries mustering out, transferred to one of his three armies or assigned to rear-area duties, turns out that during the atlanata Campaign, Sherman received a net manpower loss.

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