That s fine. I just thought it was a jarring bit of fiction for the movie. Can t help thinking Hancock would have thrashed anybody who called him Winnie Boy.Message 1 of 35 , Feb 1, 2007View SourceThat's fine. I just thought it was a jarring bit of fiction for the movie. Can't help thinking Hancock would have thrashed anybody who called him Winnie Boy.
>>> <richard@...> 02/01/07 12:06 PM >>>Didn't intend any such implication. Winnie Boy is pure fiction as far as I know.
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I think this is amazing. It sure isn t talked about much. StephenMessage 35 of 35 , Feb 1, 2007View SourceI think this is amazing. It sure isn't talked about much.
On Thursday, February 1, 2007, at 08:54 PM, Tom Shay wrote:
> Harsh explains the westward movements of I Corps on page 351. Here are
> two excerpts pertaining to this topic:
> "....Meade turned left into the open country, but the contours of the
> ground carried him southwest, rather than south, and the lead brigade
> under Truman Seymour eventually struck the Smoketown Road".
> "Instead of turning left and filling the interval to the creek,
> Doubleday's division continued westward."