General Franz Sigel Union general in the American Civil War Sigel emigrated to America after fighting in the army of Baden during the Revolution in Germany He commanded forces largely made up of fellow German immigrants during the Civil War He enjoyed some early successes as a general notably at Pea Ridge in March but his reputation declined after a series of defeats by a smaller more mobile army commanded by Stonewall Jackson in the Shenandoah Valley Campaign An engraving from volume I of The War with the South a History of the Late Rebellion by Robert Tomes Benjamin G Smith New York Virtue Yorston Volumes
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