[civilwarwest] Re: Grant
You present an interesting" what if".
I really believe Bragg would find a way to screw up his end of that
situation. Short of surrendering to Rosey, I have no idea how, but he'd mess
it up. Boy, talk about star-crossed.
- At 2:48 AM +0000 9/16/05, email@example.com wrote:
>Laurie,Sorry to hear this - and so it goes... That's why I try to give what
> The farm between the Park and the Interstate 24 has just sold
>(500A) and zoned commercial hwy. The farm on the old Wilkinson Pike.
I can to the CWPT.
>Excellent idea, Lt. Col. Fremantle!
>The chance for winning...
>We are at the head knocking wall . Would you like a cup of English tea.
>Let me turn this debate to a subject I've only listened to in the past.Good question and I will pass for the moment - I've other work to do
>If the North is so strong that no possibility of winning militarily
>then does that put Grant in another light. Did he just keep throwing
>men into the fire and had no real strategy to beat Lee other than
>wear him down. Could any General have accomplished this.
and I think have talked enough for now. Back to a bit of lurking as
I've got an official visit for a recruit about to start.
Talk to you soon.
Dr. Laurence Dana Schiller Civil War First Person Impressions
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