About William Tecumseh Sherman
Union general who took command of the western theater of the American Civil War in 1867. He is best known for implementing his scorched earth policies which burned down Atlanta towards the end of the war.
He attended the prestigious West Point Military Academy before entering the Army as a second lieutenant in the 3rd U.S. Artillery.
He has been called the 'first modern general' for his actions during the Civil War.
Like Sherman, Thomas Stonewall Jackson was also an active part of the Civil War.
Latest information about William Tecumseh Sherman updated on February 24, 2020.