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  • General Ruby Leader Of The Emerald Army
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    st The Status of your Country as of 02/07/2002 Country Name (#6647) Government Tyranny Turns Left Turns Taken Turns StoredRankNetWorth 01202010,524$42,943 MoneyFoodOilPopulationLandPer Capita Income $8981352 bushels 11,142 barrels 1586287 Acres$5.71 Tax RateTaxesExpensesFood Production Food Consumption 70%$6340$229970 bushels 36 bushels Expense Breakdown MilitaryAlliancesLand $884$170$1245 Land Distribution Military Forces Technology Ratings Enterprise ZonesResidencesIndustrial Complexes Militar...
  • Union Army On Cemetery Ridge
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    Gettysburg, the largest, bloodiest, and most celebrated battle of the Civil war, is said by many to be the turning point of the war that killed 618,000 Americans. Gettysburg the movie was four hours long, which is about 68 hours less than it actually took for the battle to come and go. The first shots were fired no long after daylight, so to be exact, it was 04: 30 hours, on the morning of July 1st, (49 Nof i). Bullets flew from the rifles of Union Calvary men on picket duty along the Chambersbu...
  • Name Salvation Army
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    Thank God for the Salvos The Salvation Army is an organization which devotes itself to people who have been disadvantaged in todays society. Their mission statement of then Salvation Army is "To provide assistance and resources to the Salvation Army in order that the Salvation Army is able to establish and maintain an internet presence. All this is done in order to further Glorify God and to bring the unsaved to Jesus Christ" History of the Salvation Army In July 1865 a man named William Booth s...
  • Colonel John Singleton Mosby
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    John Singleton Mosby: The Spirit of the Confederacy Many leaders and heroic figures emerged from the Civil War, on both the Confederate and Union sides. Ordinary people were given the chance to show their valor and conceive brilliant military strategies. One such "regular Joe" exercised the idea of attacking many spots of an army to weaken them instead of the traditional charging, and worked his way up through the ranks and become the legend known as the "Gray Ghost". John Singleton Mosby helped...
  • Commanding Major General Joseph Hooker
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    The War at Gettysburg By Nick Jones Getting ThereOn the way to Gettysburg was tough. It was a long hard and tough journey getting there because there was no other way to get there for the army besides walking. It was so hard that some people died, and some got sick. The trip there was very long. Only about half all the people going there survived. The most of all people that died were Confederate men. The Population There was a lot of people involved in The War at Gettysburg. Major Joseph Hooker...
  • General Albert Sydney Johnston
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    The Epic Battle of Shiloh By: Brian SemichMr. Gavin HIST 2030 05 Abstract (Summary of Report) The First Day April 6, 1862 With the loss of Forts Henry and Donelson in February, General Johnston withdrew his Confederate forces into west Tennessee, northern Mississippi and Alabama to reorganize. In early March, General Halleck responded by ordering General Grant to move his Union Army of West Tennessee on an invasion up the Tennessee River. Occupying Pittsburg Landing, Grant had no thought of a Co...
  • First Day Of Battle Three Southern Divisions
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    Gettysburg is the bloodiest battle on U.S. soil. It started when Vicksburg was under siege by General Grant. General Lee thought that he would drive them out by invading the North. There plan was to first invade Harrisonburg, but Lee then saw that Gettysburg was a great place, because all the roads lead into it and it would be easier to gather his army. Stuart was in charge of the South Calvary, which is in charge of keeping track of the position of the North's army, but he was of causing havoc ...
  • U.S. Generals In World War II
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    World War II was a critical period for America, not to mention the world as well. Throughout all the fighting and bloodshed, Americans returned home successful. Over 700,000 soldiers were disabled after the war, thankful for their lives. All the success and happiness of this country wouldn't have been possible if not for the bravery, courage, and strategies of our U.S. Generals. They provided the smarts, the morale, and motivation for our soldiers, navy, and airforce to come out victorious and r...
  • Union General Prentiss
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    After Shiloh the South would never smile again. Known originally as the Battle of Pittsburg Landing, The Battle of Shiloh was the bloodiest battle fought in North America up to that time. Pittsburg Landing was an area from where the Yankees planned to attack the Confederates who had moved from Fort Donelson to Corinth, Mississippi. The North was commanded by General Ulysses S. Grant and the South by General Albert Sydney Johnston. The Union army was taken by surprise the first day when the Confe...
  • Eisenhower's Generals
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    Dwight D. Eisenhower What do you think of when you hear the name, Dwight D. Eisenhower For most they think of him as just a president and nothing else, but he was also one of or maybe the greatest general of all time. In 1909, Dwight D. Eisenhower graduated from Abilene High School, Abilene, Kansas. After he got out of high school, he got a invitation to enter West Point Military Academy. He did not want to be in the Army, but he learned that by attending West Point he could get a college educat...
  • Union Corps
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    The Battle of the Wilderness Imagine, wrote a North Carolina officer named W.A. Smith, a great, dismal forest containing... the worst kind of thicket of second-growth trees... so thick with small pines and scrub oak, cedar, dogwood and other growth common to the country... [that] one could see barely ten paces (qtd. in Kennedy 203). This description is of the area known as the Wilderness, where over 135 years ago, one of the greatest Civil War battles occurred. The Battle of the Wilderness was t...
  • Generous Terms Of Surrender From Grant
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    Ulysses S. grant was born on April 27, 1822. He was born Hiram Ulysses Grant but had later changed it to Ulysses Simpson Grant, Simpson had come from his mothers maiden name. His father never had much money, but somehow got an appointment for his son to attend the Military Academy at West Point, New York. During the Mexican War he had served in Zachary Thomas and then later Winfeild Scotts armies. After the war he was transferred to garrison duty in the Great lakes area with his new wife Julia D...
  • Union And Confederate Armies
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    The Civil War was the most convulsive and significant war in American history. After the Constitution was adopted by all of the States in 1789, uniting the States into one nation, differences between the States had been worked out through compromises. By 1861 these differences between the Northern States, which included the Western States, and the Southern States had become so great that compromise would no longer work. Therefore, a conflict started within our nation that was called the Civil Wa...
  • Rump Parliament And The Army
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    WHY WAS THE EXECUTION OF THE KING NOT FOLLOWED BY A SPEEDY SETTLEMENT How do you replace a King Can you even attempt to do so at all The same problems that had led Parliament to dither over removing him initially would still exist after his death. To replace the monarch would be difficult, nobody was sure what they wanted, let alone if they desired a new monarch, nor did they want to make more a martyr of Charles as they had done so already. A decision needed to please everyone unconditionally. ...
  • Johnstons Personality And His Arguments With Davis
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    Joseph Johnston was a Confederate general and American army officer. Johnston was born in Farmville, Va., on February 3, l 807. Johnston was often recognized for his defensive abilities but criticized for being overly cautious. He was often wounded and known for his bravery in the Seminole and Mexican wars. He was looked down on as an able officer and became the quartermaster general of the army. In April of l 86 l, Joseph Johnston followed his state into the Confederacy and was appointed a gene...
  • General Washington
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    The Battle of Long Island is the biggest battle in the Revolutionary War. General Howe went with his forces to Halifax, and General Washington started for New York, where he soon arrived with his army. However, by superior numbers and more daring activity, Congress had gained the dominance. When he arrived in the city, General Washington attempted to block the navigation of the East and North Rivers, by sinking vessels in the channels. He also raised defenses at New York, and on Long Island; and...
  • General Douglas Macarthur
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    An important historic character was born on January 6, 1880. His name was Douglas MacArthur. He was the son of Lt. General Arthur MacArthur, who won the Civil War. The start of his career was when he graduated college with the highest honors from West Point University in 1903. During WWI MacArthur lead the 42 division (also known as the Rainbow) of the allied Expeditionary Force in France. After the war MacArthur became superintendent of West Point. In January of 1930 he was promoted to full 4-s...
  • Forests And Mountains Of Maine
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    continental congress had also assembled its expeditionary force against acad a. one thousand americans moved north up the hudson river corridor, and in november general richard montgomery forced the capitulation of montreal. mean while, , haha benedict arnold set out from massachusetts with another american army, and after a torturour march throught the forests and mountains of maine, he joined mont aokjdf outside the walls of qucbe. unlike the assault of british general wofle in however the aam...
  • Robert E Lee With Joseph Johnston Comparisons
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    1920'S – Roaring And Depression Essay, Research 1920'S – Roaring And Depression It is likely that when comparing Civil War Generals that the historian cannot make general or specific comparisons between personalities like Robert E. Lee and Ulysses S. Grant. They eventually fought each other, and Grant was the victor. Who was more bold? Who was more the genius? Who had the best instincts? When comparing Robert E. Lee with Joseph Johnston comparisons come quickly. One was a bold offens...
  • Army Generals
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    The poem? Base Details? by Siegfried Sassoon is a sarcastic attack against the army generals who view the war as a game similar to checkers. It is therefore evidence of why Siegfried Sassoon is known as the? voice of protest? The first noticeable thing about the text is the title. The word base is a pun for the fact that base means headquarters as well as dishonourable or cowardly, which implies that he will talk about the dishonourable activities at the Army headquarters. Secondly, Sassoon appe...

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