Re: Grimsley's blog
- --- In email@example.com, "Dave Smith" <dmsmith001@y...>
> ...Since Breckinridge's divison had not yet arrived, are you sure he had
> His reaction reminds me of that of the Vicksburg Campaign, in late
> May 1863, when F.P. Blair and 12,000 men headed up the Mechanicsburg
> Corridor. With an army twice its size, Johnston dove into a
> defensive position without a though of offensive maneuvering.
an army twice the size of Blair's command?
And what possible offensive maneuvering could be done in that
- In a message dated 1/6/2006 1:02:25 AM Eastern Standard Time, wh_keene@... writes:
4/30 110,123 55,100 50%
5/31-6/10 112,819 69,946 62%
I wouldn't dispute Newton's numbers. 11-7 is pretty close to 10-7 <g>