How was Joseph E. Johnston a great leader in the civil war?

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  • He was Brigadier General and fought with both Sherman and Beauregard.

    Source(s): Parry, Melanie (ed) – Chambers Biographical Dictionary: Centenary Edition. Edinburgh: Chambers: , p.

  • He fought against Sherman but with Beauregard. He was a Brigadier General in the Union Army before the Civil War and resigned his commission and became a full General in the CSA ranking fourth.

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