Tag Archives: Ulysses S. Grant

247 boys forced to fight at ‘Field of Lost Shoes’

  On the morning of May 15, 1864, the cadets of the Virginia Military Institute fell into rank and began the march to New Market, where they would serve as a last defense against a Northern force headed by General … Continue reading

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PERENNIS: Europe’s Plan To save The South ~Napoleon, The Pope, and the CSA (EXCERPT)

Europe’s Plan To save The South ~Napoleon, The Pope, and the CSA (EXCERPT) …Athough France and her associates spent blood and treasure on this project, the curtain was going down before the plan could come to fruition. The war spun … Continue reading

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Christmas is an American holiday

Christmas is an American holiday A Whig Manifesto ^ | December 17, 2011 | Chuck Morse Posted on Saturday, December 17, 2011 5:34:11 PM by Chuckmorse In colonial times Christmas was frowned upon in New England and observed mostly as … Continue reading

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Poster-boy losers: David Hackworth whacks military’s inexperienced ‘Perfumed Princes’

Gen. Ulysses S. Grant, the guy who saved our nation during the Civil War, probably wouldn’t make major in today’s Army. He was mule-skinner abrasive, enjoyed his sauce and wasn’t exactly what you’d call a pretty face. Today most generals … Continue reading

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PRAISE FOR LEE AND JACKSON By Chuck Baldwin

PRAISE FOR LEE AND JACKSON   By Chuck Baldwin January 13, 2011 NewsWithViews.com January is often referred to as “Generals Month” since no less than four famous Confederate Generals claimed January as their birth month: James Longstreet (Jan. 8, 1821), … Continue reading

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