u. s. grant

  1. Jimklag

    A Victor, Not A Butcher: Ulysses S. Grant's Overlooked Military Genius

    A Victor, Not A Butcher: Ulysses S. Grant's Overlooked Military Genius by Edward H. (III) Bonekemper Publisher: Regnery History (September 21, 2010) Review By MARVIN COHEN NY Sun https://www.nysun.com/arts/still-underestimating-ulysses-s-grant/6224/
  2. James N.

    Civil War Talk Throwback Thursday, 7-5-18

    Just to remember that contrary to the opinions of some, the war was neither won nor lost at Gettysburg, this week's Throwback Thursday recalls that "other" July, 1863, event occurring on the opposite side of the Seat of War. Thanks to Marty Brazil (@Marty US Grant) for this photo of himself...
  3. James N.

    The Cherry Mansion, Grant's Headquarters in Savannah, Tennessee

    In downtown Savannah, Tennessee, only about ten miles by the Tennessee River from the once waterlogged camps at Pittsburg Landing and around Shiloh Methodist Meeting House, stands the imposing stack of cannonballs above, flanked by the pair of equally imposing thirty-pounder Parrott rifled...
  4. James N.

    "The General Who Fought" - U. S. Grant in Comics!

    I recently posted pages from another 1960's Dell comic publication called Cadet Gray featuring a story about Stonewall Jackson at Chancellorsville; this time, a "special issue" of that old favorite, Classics Illustrated, takes on Grant at the Battle of Shiloh in The General Who Fought...

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