Turn 36-End Kentucky,
Kentucky was reasonably self contained up to the end of the war.
Grant and Freemont, from the south and north respectively, charged JE Johnston in Bowling Green.
These attacks were not well coordinated and one is shown above. JE Johnston held position within his entrenchments. These maneuvers did, however, result in JEJ being cut off from Tennessee by Sherman.
Therefore Beauregard, having rested up, attacked Sherman alongside his subordinate Corps commanded by Magruder.
This attack re-established the link to JEJ, who was then unfortunately pushed back as I attempted to reinforce him.
However with CSA forces concentrated south of Bowling Green all available divisions were then grouped under the Army of the Tennessee and JEJ lead the charge back into Bowling Green against the depleted Union forces.
This was the last significant event of the Campaign in the Western theater. Whilst Sherman, Grant and Freemont were busy in Kentucky smaller forces under Forrest successfully re-took all of western Tennessee such as Island 10 and Ft Donaldson.
In the final analysis all of Tennessee was under Confederate control with Union forces herded back into Kentucky.
A successful theater for the CSA.