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  1. The Generals' War: The Inside Story of the Conflict in the Gulf by Michael R. Gordon, General Bernard E. Trainor, 1995-11-09
  2. LeMay: The Life and Wars of General Curtis LeMay by Warren Kozak, 2009-05-11
  3. The Generals (Brotherhood of War) by W.E.B. Griffin, 1986-02-01
  4. Sheridan: The Life and Wars of General Phil Sheridan by Roy Morris, 1993-07-27
  5. General History of the Civil War, A: The Southern Point of View by Gary Walker, 2008-07-31
  6. Overlord: General Pete Quesada and the Triumph of Tactical Air Power in World WarII by Thomas Alexander Hughes, 2002-10-03
  7. Hitler's Generals on Trial: The Last War Crimes Tribunal at Nuremberg (Modern War Studies) by Valerie Genevieve Hebert, 2010-02-03
  8. Thomas Ewing Jr.: Frontier Lawyer and Civil War General (SHADES OF BLUE & GRAY) by Ronald D. Smith, 2008-10-01
  9. War in a Time of Peace: Bush, Clinton, and the Generals by David Halberstam, 2002-08-20
  10. The Civil War Trilogy: Gods and Generals / The Killer Angels / The Last Full Measure by Michael Shaara, Jeff Shaara, 1999-04-27
  11. Running Critical: The Silent War, Rickover, and General Dynamics by Patrick Tyler, 1987-10
  12. War As I Knew It by George S. Patton Major General, 1995-05-08
  13. WELLINGTON'S PENINSULAR WAR GENERALS AND THEIR BATTLES: A Biographical and Historical Dictionary by T A Heathcote, 2010-08
  14. States Rights Gist: A South Carolina General of the Civil War by Walter Brian Cisco, 2008-04-05

1. Animation Library | Animation: Civil War General
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4. Answers.com - Which President Was A Civil War General
Ulysses S. Grant, Andrew Johnson, Benjamin Harrison, Rutherford Hayes, and Chester Arthur were all presidents who were civil war generals. But there was no President who later
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5. Answers.com - Which Civil War General Was Buried Barefooted
Robert E Lee was buried barefoot.. the coffin was too small
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6. Robert E. Lee: Civil War General - Wikipedia, The Free Encyclopedia
Robert E. Lee Civil War General is a turn based strategy computer game by Impressions Games. It was published in 1996 by Sierra Entertainment and was the followed in 1997 by
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Please help improve this article by adding citations to reliable sources . Unsourced material may be challenged and removed (March 2007) Robert E. Lee: Civil War General is a turn based strategy computer game by Impressions Games . It was published in 1996 by Sierra Entertainment and was the followed in 1997 by Civil War Generals II
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7. Julius Howell, Civil War General: Radio Documentary By Sound Portraits
Julius Franklin Howell remembers his experience in a Union prison camp on the morning Abraham Lincoln died.
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9. US Civil War Generals
An index to brief biographies of General Officers in the Union and Confederate Armies in the US Civil War 186165
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US Civil War
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Introduction and acknowledgment
This is a concise index to the Generals who fought on both sides of the US Civil War, and has been specifically prepared for the Internet. It is not meant to replace the several excellent biographies and encyclopedias which have been published in print form, and which contain much more information than is intended for this index. The information here has been derived mainly from five publications - Ezra Warner's comprehensive works Generals in Gray and Generals in Blue , the Historical Times Illustrated Encyclopedia of the Civil War , Mark Boatner's Civil War Dictionary , and Francis Heitman's Historical Register and Dictionary of the United States Army 1789-1903 . Anyone wishing to know more about the General officers involved in the War should start there. Warner's books in particular have extensive bibliographical references and notes. This index does not include Union officers who promoted to the grade of Brigadier General by brevet but not promoted further. I have a separate list of Brevet Generals together with a description of brevet promotions. However this index has been updated to include the dates of brevet promotions for the Union General officers included here.

10. Civil War General Robert E. Lee Photo Print For Sale
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11. Club Nihon Simulation - Main
Features information on war games produced in Japan, particularly in the scifi anime tradition.
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12. Civil War General Of The Day
UNION SECOND CORPS, THIRD DIVISION 3,507 men BRIGADIER GENERAL ALEXANDER HAYS. Alexander Hays at fortyfour was a hot-headed, coarse-grained, hard-drinking Pennsylvanian who was most
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UNION SECOND CORPS, THIRD DIVISION 3,507 men
BRIGADIER GENERAL ALEXANDER HAYS

Alexander Hays at forty-four was a hot-headed, coarse-grained, hard-drinking Pennsylvanian who was most at home in a fight. He reviled "scientific leaders" and called strategy "a humbug. Next thing to cowardice." His appearance fitted his fiery personality: he was six feet tall and husky, with sandy red hair. As one of his soldiers admiringly described him, he was "a princely soldier; brave as a lion . . . one of those dashing, reckless, enthusiastic generals. . . . His old brigade, the Third of his division, idolized him, and we would have followed him to the death." Hays was never accused of bad judgment, but combat sent him into a showboating, extravagant boisterousness. Born north of Pittsburgh in Venango County, Hays was the son of a member of Congress and general in the Pennsylvania militia. Developing a military bent himself, Alexander left Allegheny College in his senior year to enter West Point, though he was no scholar, graduating 20th out of 25 in the Academy's class of 1844. Once out of school, he showed a restless soul. After two years of frontier duty, he returned to Pittsburgh to get married, then plunged back into service in the Mexican War. After the war, Hays resigned army service to enter the iron business. His iron business failed, so he went to California in the Gold Rush. In 1851, he returned to western Pennsylvania yet again, engaging in bridge-building for railroads and towns.

13. Ulysses S. Grant Civil War General American President
General Ulysses S. Grant Civil War hero American President Born in 1822.
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Ulysses S. Grant
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Eighteenth President 1869-1877
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Ulysses S. Grant : Memoirs and Selected Letters

Grant wrote his "Personal Memoirs" to secure his family's future. In doing so, the Civil War's greatest general won himself a unique place in American letters. His character, sense of purpose, and simple compassion are evident throughout this deeply moving account, as well as in the letters to his wife, Julia
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Ulysses S. Grant - Warrior President

Grant pushed for the annexation of Hispaniola, not to relocate blacks, but to give them the option to leave, thus impressing upon white southerners the importance of black people in their labor force and encouraging them to pay better wages and treat their employees better
Unconditional Surrender: U. S. Grant and the Civil War

This is the best juvenile biography on Ulysses S. Grant by a wide margin. Marrin has done an excellent job in introducing Grant to a young audience. The man we know as Ulysses S. Grant was actually named Hiram Ulysses Grant. As a boy he was known as "Lyss". Thomas Hamer, the Congrssman who appointed Grant to West Point, forgot all about Hiram. Remembering that Grant's mother's maiden name was Simpson and thinking that was Lyss Grant's middle name, he filled out the application in the name of "Ulysses S. Grant".

14. Which American Civil War General Are You? | Quizfarm.com
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15. Joseph Hooker - Wikipedia, The Free Encyclopedia
Early years. Hooker was born in Hadley, Massachusetts, the grandson of a captain in the American Revolutionary War. His initial schooling was at the local Hopkins Academy.
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From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia Jump to: navigation search For the English botanist, see Joseph Dalton Hooker For other people of the same name, see Joe Hooker (disambiguation) Joseph Hooker November 13, 1814 – October 31, 1879
Portrait by Mathew Brady or Levin C. Handy Nickname Fighting Joe Hadley, Massachusetts Garden City, New York Place of burial Spring Grove Cemetery Allegiance United States of America
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American Civil War
"Fighting" Joe Hooker in an 1863 engraving Joseph Hooker (November 13, 1814 – October 31, 1879) was a career United States Army officer, fought in the Mexican-American War , and was a major general in the Union Army during the American Civil War Although he served throughout the war, usually with distinction, Hooker is best remembered for his stunning defeat by Confederate General Robert E. Lee

16. George B. McClellan American Civil War Union General
Union Civil War General George B. McClellan The Class of 1846 From West Point to Appomattox Stonewall Jackson, George McClellan, and Their Brothers
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Lee Vs. McClellan: The First Campaign

An interesting account of the struggle for western Virginia in 1861. It follows that year's rolls of Generals McClellan and Lee; the former using the successes of the campaign to further his reputation and career, and the latter struggling to straighten out a quagmire and failing to do so
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From West Point to Appomattox: Stonewall Jackson, George McClellan, and Their Brothers

No single group of men at West Point has been so indelibly written into history as the class of 1846. The names are legendary: Thomas "Stonewall" Jackson, George B. McClellan, Ambrose Powell Hill, Darius Nash Couch, George Edward Pickett, Cadmus Marcellus Wilcox, and George Stoneman
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by Stewart Sifakis Provides short but helpful biographies of all the major Generals, politicians and characters in the Civil War. Gives a complete summary bio on the commands or political career of each person such as all their commands, rank and terms of service. The Richmond Campaign of 1862: The Peninsula and the Seven Days The Richmond campaign of 1862 ranks as one of the most important military operations of the American Civil War. Key political, diplomatic, social, and military issues were at stake as CSA General Lee and USA General McClellan met

17. WAR - General
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18. Club Nihon Simulation - Round Vernian, Vifam
Producer Tsukuda Hobby Series Number SF Series66 Number of Counters 900+ 1/2 Number of Maps 8, 7 x22 Mounted Scale Tactical Complexity 6 - Advanced
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Producer: Tsukuda Hobby Series Number: SF Series-66 Number of Counters: Number of Maps: 8, 7"x22" Mounted Scale: Tactical Complexity: 6 - Advanced Playing Time: Unknown Number of Players Year Produced: Price: Other Components: Data cards, Turn Record Sheets, Charts and Tables, Counter Tray, Rules and Dice. Introduction

19. Robert E. Lee: Civil War General For Windows (1996) - MobyGames
Robert E. Lee Civil War General for Windows by Impressions Games, Sierra Entertainment, Inc.. Strategic turnbased wargame focussed on the North American civil war. The game
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20. War General | Art 188
War General Which World War Two general, in 1945, became the first of the following to pass away? Which World War Two general, in 1945, became the first of the following to pass away
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Which World War Two general, in 1945, became the first of the following to pass away? The following what? It looks like you've copied a question from somewhere else that gave more information. Revolutionary War General NATHANIEL GREENE 1862 Print US $14.99 General Grievous 17x15Star Wars Official Poster US $18.98
War in Iraq, George W. Bush
Accomplished? On May 1, President Bush triumphantly proclaimed the end of combat operations, and he did it with a theatrical flourish. Attired in a Navy flight suit, the former Air National Guard trainee (Bush had actually cut short his flight training to participate in a political campaign) landed ceremoniously on the deck of the aircraft carrier Abraham Lincoln off San Diego. Bush emerged from the plane under a banner stretched across the carrier's super structure. "Mission Accomplished" the banner exulted. "We have difficult work to do in Iraq," the president said. "Parts of that country remain dangerous...The War on Terror continues." But, he went on, "In the battle of Iraq, the United States and our allies have prevailed." But a growing opposition thought otherwise. Rumsfeld had assured Bush that the war could be fought on the cheap. Once the productive Iraqi oil fields were up and running, they would more defray the costs of the war and the occupation. (As of spring 2008, Iraqi oil production was still below prewar output.) A streamlined military force brandishing high-tech equipment would be all that was needed. American forces could be reduced and hand off the job to Iraqis.

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