Confederate Military History is a 12-volume series of books written and/or edited by former Confederate general Clement A. Evans that deals with specific topics related to the military personalities, places, battles, and campaigns in various Southern United States, including those of the Confederacy. Written with a heavy Southern slant, the articles that comprise the compendium deal with the famous events of the war. This account is of the Chickamauga campaign, which culminated with the Battle of Chickamauga and the siege of Chattanooga. One of the biggest battles in the Western theater, Braxton Braggs Confederate army routed the Union Army of the Cumberland led by William Rosecrans, but the retreating Federals were rallied by George H. Thomas, forever known as the Rock of Chickamauga, and they made a defensive stand that allowed the Union army to regroup and retreat in an orderly fashion back to Chattanooga. This edition of the Confederate Military Historys The Chickamauga Campaign is specially formatted with pictures of the important military commanders.