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Henry Wager Halleck was a prominent Union general during the American Civil War. Following a brief but successful stint commanding Union operations in the Western Theater, including the Department of the Ohio, during the early part of the war, Halleck was named General-in-Chief of all United States armies in 1862. When he proved to be more of a bureaucrat than a general, Halleck was replaced by Ulysses S. Grant in 1864. He served as Army Chief of Staff for the remainder of the conflict.
- Albert Sidney Johnston
- Army of the Ohio 1861 - 1862
- Army of the Tennessee
- Battle of Corinth II
- Battle of Fort Donelson
- Battle of Shiloh
- Don Carlos Buell
- General Orders, No. 101 (U.S. War Department)
- General Orders, No. 98 (U.S. War Department)
- Mexican-American War
- P.G.T. Beauregard
- President's War Order No. 3
- Ulysses S. Grant
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