NEW YORK — Modern warfare, as currently understood, began in 1864. William Tecumseh Sherman marched to the sea, laying waste a 50-mile-wide swath of Georgia, and Union and Confederate forces dug themselves in for extended trench warfare around Petersburg, Va.
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By Mark Feeney| Globe Staff December 14, 2013
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