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    Nashville.  Despite his heavy losses at Franklin, John Bell Hood continued toward his objective of Nashville, Tennessee.  Waiting for Hood was the Union army under the command of George Thomas.  On December 15-16, 1864, Thomas' forces defeated and drove off Hood's army in one of the most lopsided battles of the Civil War.

    Did you Know?  That Ulysses S. Grant was on the way to Nashville to relieve Thomas just prior to Thomas beginning his successful attack.

  • Sorry, that's incorrect
    Answer:

    Nashville.  Despite his heavy losses at Franklin, John Bell Hood continued toward his objective of Nashville, Tennessee.  Waiting for Hood was the Union army under the command of George Thomas.  On December 15-16, 1864, Thomas' forces defeated and drove off Hood's army in one of the most lopsided battles of the Civil War.

    Did you Know?  That Ulysses S. Grant was on the way to Nashville to relieve Thomas just prior to Thomas beginning his successful attack.

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