Excerpt from The Confederacy and the Transvaal: A People's Obligation to Robert E. Lee
Even more so was Johnston's; for, in Johnston's case, the modifying terms Of capitulation agreed on in the first place between him and Sherman were roughly disallowed at Washington, and the... truce, by an order coming thence, abruptly terminated. Then Johnston did what Lee had already done; ignoring Davis, he surrendered his army.
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