North- Maj. Gen. William Rosecrans South- Gen. Braxton Bragg
The commanding generals were for the North William S. Rosecrans, for the South Braxton Bragg. Each had several dozen other generals to command units within their armies. See "Related Links" below for complete Orders of Battle of both sides, which will provide you with the names of general officers commanding corps, divisions and brigades in each army.
At Chickamauga Creek, south of Chattanooga, just over the state-border with Georgia.
The South won the Battle of Chickamauga, but by losing almost as many as they killed. It was another pyrrhic victory for the South. While the North could afford such losses, the South could not. Braxton Bragg was the Southern general in command at Chickamauga. The Union general, William S. Rosecrans, was forced to withdraw.
Two major battle in the South during the Civil War include the Battle of Chickamauga and the Battle of Stones River.
General Ulysses S. Grant was a general for the north during the Battle of Vicksburg. Lt. General John C. Pemberton was the general for the south during the Battle of Vicksburg.
There were two Battles of Bull Run as it was called in the North (or two Battles of Manassas as it was called in the South). In the first battle (1861), General McDowell was the general for the North, and General Beauregard was the general for the South. In the second battle (1862), General Pope was the general for the North, and General Lee was the general for the South.
General Robert E. Lee for the south, General George Meade for the north.
Meade commanded the Union forces. Lee led the Confederates.
For the North, Sherman, with the highly-rated McPherson as one of his subordinate commanders, killed at Atlanta. For the South, John Bell Hood.
The " Rock of Chickamauga" was a Yankee.
The two ranking generals were Grant (North) and Pemberton (South).
The South had better Generals at the start, but lost some in combat, and the Northern Generals began to improve their policies.
The South had better generals than the North did at the time.
the south was robert genral lee and the north was elmo
Generals Lee, Longstreet, Jackson and Stuart for the south, Pope, McDowell, and Porter for the north.
The North. But the South had managed to cream-off some of the best of them.
Gettysburg was the deadliest overall. The Battle of Chickamauga (just South of Chattanooga) was the deadliest 2 days of the Civil War. Arguably, if the battle at Chickamauga had lasted into the 3rd day, it would have surpassed the casualties at Gettysburg.
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For the North, there was General Ambrose E. Burnside. The generals for the South were Robert E. Lee, "Stonewall" Jackson, and James Longstreet. I'm almost positive that those are the only generals involved.
The most significant part of this battle in Chattanooga, TN was that the South needed to regain there terrain or more hope since they had none.
At the US Civil War Battle of Chattanooga, the Union was led by General US Grant and the Confederacy was led by General Braxton Bragg.
Lee for the South versus Meade for the North
Chickamauga, just south of Chattanooga, TN, but in Georgia. As usual for Confederates, the Battle of Chickamauga was named after the creek and not a town. The name is Indian for "river of blood".
At the beginning of the war the South had better generals than the North had.
The South won both Battles of Bull Run/Manassas, Chancellorsville, Fredericksburg, Chickamauga, Kenesaw Mountain, and several others.