- ... to ... thought. ... Maybe the question is how much did the problems during the approach impact the battle plan not what was planned.Message 1 of 31 , Nov 9, 2007View Source
> > I thought the plan of battle was done prior to startting the marchto
> > Shiloh.thought.
> Your right it was. The order to advance and the battle plan were
> essentially wrapped into one.
> > ... I checked the Sword & Cunningham books and cannot find that
> > this was the case. They both talk about the order to advance but
> > nothing about a battle plan. PGTB & ASJ seem to have stumbled into
> > battle with little coordination and less planning then I had
>Maybe the question is how much did the problems during the approach
> I draw the opposite conclusion. The plan as adopted seems to address
> the constraints of the path of advance.
impact the battle plan not what was planned.
- In a message dated 12/11/2007 12:27:18 A.M. Central Standard Time, email@example.com writes: It is always good to know that there are so many helpful peopleMessage 31 of 31 , Dec 10, 2007View SourceIn a message dated 12/11/2007 12:27:18 A.M. Central Standard Time, perryrgray@... writes:
It is always good to know that there are so many helpful people and what they can provide to help others better appreciate this conflict.Perry: I don't know of a single person in this community that won't jump in to help with whatever. We're all here because we are immersed obscenely in the study and want to draw you in, as well.ken