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Nathanael Greene's Implementation of Compound Warfare During the Southern Campaign of the American Revolution

@inproceedings{Johnson2012NathanaelGI,
  title={Nathanael Greene's Implementation of Compound Warfare During the Southern Campaign of the American Revolution},
  author={Todd J. Johnson},
  year={2012}
}
Abstract : This monograph is an analysis of Major General Nathanael Greene's implementation of compound warfare in the Southern Department from December 1780 until the British surrender at Yorktown in October 1781. Major General Greene was appointed as the new commander of the Southern Department in December 1780 following the Continental Army's catastrophic defeat at the Battle of Camden. Greene's arrival signaled a new beginning for American efforts in the South. Charged with the Herculean… Expand
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