A Prison Escape and Operations in Mississippi

Libby Prison

In mid-February 1864, more than 100 Union officers mounted a bold escape from Richmond’s Libby Prison, while General William T. Sherman commanded an expedition that sacked the town of Meridian, Mississippi, in what is often considered as a trial run for the total War strategy he later employed during his March to the Sea.

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