Unconditional surrender

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raggedrebel

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Unconditional surrender

Surrender without condition or stipulation. Expression became familiar when, in 1862 at Ft. Donelson, he demanded "unconditional surrender" from CSA General Simon B. Bucker, his former friend at West Point.
 
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