PDF Civil War Blunders By Clint Johnson

PDF Civil War Blunders By Clint Johnson There was little funny about a war in which 620000 humans died But it was finding humor amid devastation that kept Civil War soldiers marching toward the enemy Union or Confederate those in command prThere was little funny about a war in which 620000 humans died But it was finding humor amid devastation that kept Civil War soldiers marching toward the enemy Union or Confederate those in command proved adept at making mistakes Many leaders were drunkards couldn't speak English didn't know a cannon's breech from its muzzle Among the galleries of heroes were Colonel Edward Baker who told his Federals to follow the plume of his hat if they wanted to find war and sent them over a cliff in a pa.

Nicked retreat; General Felix Zollicoffer who wore a white raincoat so opposing Federals could see him but not his eyeglasses so he could see them; Thomas Selfridge of the Union navy who found two torpedoes and removed them by placing his vessel over them; Colonel Alfred Rhett a captured Southern blue blood whose fancy boots proved too small for every Union officer who coveted them; rum drinking James Ledlie and dance instructing Edward Ferrero generals who kept each other company in a Union.

PDF Civil War Blunders By Clint Johnson

PDF Civil War Blunders By Clint Johnson After writing about the American Civil War for 13 books Clint chose another field of history Naval History He was inspired to write about naval destroyers after discovering the coincidences surrounding the sinking of USS Jacob Jones DD 61 in WW I and the USS Jacob Jones DD 130 in WW II DD 61 was the only US warship sunk by enemy fire in WW I DD 130 was the only US warship lost in Ame

civil book blunders book Civil War pdf Civil War Blunders PDF/EPUBNicked retreat; General Felix Zollicoffer who wore a white raincoat so opposing Federals could see him but not his eyeglasses so he could see them; Thomas Selfridge of the Union navy who found two torpedoes and removed them by placing his vessel over them; Colonel Alfred Rhett a captured Southern blue blood whose fancy boots proved too small for every Union officer who coveted them; rum drinking James Ledlie and dance instructing Edward Ferrero generals who kept each other company in a Union.

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