( 1820–91), American general. In 1864 in the American Civil War he became chief Union commander in the west. He set out with 60,000 men on a march through Georgia, during which he crushed Confederate forces and broke civilian morale by his policy of deliberate destruction of the territory he passed through.
Definición de Sherman, William Tecumseh en:
- el diccionario Inglés de EE.UU.