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Tango0113 Feb 2024 5:01 p.m. PST

"…Champion Hill was the pivotal field action of Ulysses S. Grant's Vicksburg Campaign with its outcome resulting in the siege of Vicksburg. The loss of Vicksburg in turn seeing the last vestige of Rebel control over the Mississippi River. Yet for all its strategic importance the Battle of Champion Hill remains a relatively underrated engagement, at least amongst wargamers. Infrequently studied and even more infrequently refought. Indeed, we here of refights of Gettysburg or Antietam but almost never Champion Hill…"




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