31825RE: [civilwarwest] Attrocities.......(Question)
- Jul 1, 2005--- Tom Mix <tmix@...> wrote:
> Grant ordered Sherman to investigate NBF to see ifWas Sherman's investigation before or after Grants
> charges should be
> brought. Sherman exonerated Forrest and that was
> the end of it. And
> remember Sherman respected him as a General but not
> in any other way.
> Still, he fairly investigated and found nothing.
decision to cease prisoner exchanges?
Did Shermans investigation have any bearing on Grants
decision to stop the exchange?
Was the decision based solely upon the souths
unwillingness to exchanging black soldiers?
I am here to learn, so the more info you can provide
will be appreciated.
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