Who were the generals in the battle of chickamauga?
The corps commanding generals at the US Civil War Battle of Chickamauga for the Union were generals:1. Rosencrans, commander of the Army of the Cumberland;
2. Thomas, commander of the XIV Corps;
3. McCook, commander of the XX Corps;
4. Crittenden, commnader of the XXI Corps; and
5. Mitchell, commander of the Cavalry Corps.
For the Confederacy, the corps commanders were:
1. Bragg, commander of the Army of Tennessee;
2. Polk, commander of the Right Wing;
3. Hill, commander of Hill's Corps;
4. Longstreet, commander of the Left Wing;
5. Hood, commander of Hood's Corps; and
6.Wheeler, commander of the cavalry, Wheeler's Corps.
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.