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Grant Surprised - There would never be a better chance to hit the Federals and inflict a decisive defeat on them than in April 1862. Two of the advancing Union armies in the Western Theatre hadn't yet converged. The Confederates thus perceived a rare opportunity to concentrate against Grant's six divisions at Pittsburg Landing on the west bank of the Tennessee River. Organised into four corps Gen. Albert Sidney Johnston marched his men 20 miles from Corinth Mississippi toward the Federal troops bivouacked along a skirmish line extending from the bank of the Tennessee River to the small Shiloh church inland.