Atlanta lay in ruins. Visitors to the city who had been unaware of the War would have been shocked to see the sepulchral remains of what had been one of the great metropolises of the South.
The General had wiped out all opposition. Now, ahead of him lay the corridor to Savannah. His march to the sea would be merciless.
Somehow, the Savannah city fathers prevailed upon him to spare their beautiful town. Nevertheless, between the coast and Atlanta lay a white wilderness. Every house, every building was completely wrapped in toilet paper...
...the legacy of General William Tecumseh Charmin.