- Hows about another what If?
What if Lee had taken Washington after a victory at Gettysburg.
Lincoln's last order out is to send for Grant's Army of the Tennessee.
Rosencrans marks time opposite Bragg. Grant's army moves east to
retake Washington. What do y'all think?
- 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
Maitre d'Armes William Bradshaw, Co. F 2nd WI
Head Fencing Coach George Hammitt, Co. H 104th Ill
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