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This Day in Georgia History

August 25, 1864

New Strategy in Atlanta Campaign

The artillery bombardment of Atlanta ceased. That night Union troops north of the city quietly withdrew from their network of trenches and fortifications. But they were not retreating; Sherman had a new strategy for taking Atlanta.

To view images from the Atlanta Campaign, see the Digital Library of Georgia.