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Re: Re: [civilwarwest] Casualities were forwarded this morning.

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  • Michael Mason
    I stand corrected,so under that situation Hood did win Franklin.Won the battle,lost the heart of a once great Army,went a long way to losing the cause ,the
    Message 1 of 8 , Dec 2, 2001
      I stand corrected,so under that situation Hood did win
      Franklin.Won the battle,lost the heart of a once great
      Army,went a long way to losing "the cause",the war.
      I think Hood would have been better off,losing this battle,but
      in the end,he was going to lose,unless someone feels
      without Franklin,Hood would have had a chance in Nashville.
      The Baron

      On 02-Dec-01, Jim Elliot <jrayelliot@...> wrote:
      Thomas wanted Schoefield to hold Hood a Franklin for three days to <BR>
      give Thomas time to get Smiths troops disembarked plus Thomas was <BR>
      worried Forrest would raid Nashville. <BR>
      Right up until the time of the attack no one on the federal side <BR>
      thought that Hood woud make a frontal assault. Schoefield had told <BR>
      Thomas he could no hold Hood for three days. Hood adied by Forrest <BR>
      could ford the Harpeth whenever he chose to and get on Schoefield's <BR>
      rear. <BR>
      Thomas's desire was that Schoefield hold Hood for three days at <BR>
      --- In civilwarwest@y..., "Michael Mason" <richthofen@b...> wrote:<BR>
      > The Federal's were never going to stay,whether they� had<BR>
      > a battle or not.So by that reasoning,Hood could not<BR>
      > possibly lose,no matter how many troops he fed to<BR>
      > "The Grim Reaper"!�� The Baron<BR>
      > <BR>
      > <BR>
      > <BR>
      > On 1-Dec-01, Kristin Scherrer <wacogaurds64@y...> wrote:<BR>
      > <BR>
      > <BR>
      >� Thats the thing about Franklin.� If you go by the book, because <BR>
      it's whoever holds the filed, since the Federal Army did pull out of <BR>
      Franklin at about 1am on Dec 1st,� the AOT won.� But the Confederate <BR>
      casualty's were about 2/3 more.� Confederates being just over 6000, <BR>
      and Federals being just over 2000.<BR>
      > Kristin<BR>
      >�� LWhite64@a... wrote: Not to get into a game of numbers, but I <BR>
      have always thought that the CS losses as a total were low, and if <BR>
      Franklin is anything like Chickamauga, that may be the case.� Grand <BR>
      total of dead for Chickamauga is supposed to be 4,000 and I have <BR>
      compiled over 3,000 for the Confederates alone.� It is likely that we <BR>
      will never know for sure. <BR>
      > <BR>
      > Lee <BR>
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