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" ... where the least storm makes the roads impassable, no army can live unless it supports its march upon a navigable watercourse or a railway. In Europe our military administration assumes that the transportation service of an army of one hundred thousand... "
Three Years in the Army of the Potomac - Page 168
by Henry Nichols Blake - 1865 - 313 pages
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The Army of the Potomac: Its Organization, Its Commander, and Its Campaign

François-Ferdinand-Philippe-Louis-Marie d'Orléans prince de Joinville - United States - 1862 - 118 pages
...transportation serrice of an army of one hundred thousand men can only provision that army for a three days' march from its base of operations. In America this...itself more than one day's march from the railway or the water-course by which it is supplied ; and if the road which it is taking happens to be interrupted...
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Army of the Potomac

THE PRINCE DE JOINVILLE - 1862
...transportation service of an army of one hundred thousand men can only provision that army for a three days' march from its base of operations. In America this...itself more than one day's march from the railway or the water-course by which it is supplied ; and if the road which it is taking happens to be interrupted...
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the american annual cyclopaedia

1863
...transportation service of an army of one hundred thousand men can only provision that army for a three days' march from its base of operations. In America this limit must be reduced to a single day. I need only add that upon the roads to Richmond there were viaducts which it would have required sis...
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The American Annual Cyclopædia and Register of Important Events ...

Encyclopedias and dictionaries - 1863
...transportation service of an army of one hundred thousand men can only provision that army for a three days' march from its base of operations. In America this limit must be reduced to a single day. I need only add that upon the roads to Richmond there were viaducts which it would have required six...
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The Military and Naval History of the Rebellion in the United States. With ...

William Jewett Tenney - United States - 1865 - 843 pages
...transportation service of an army of one hundred thousand men can only provision that army for a three days' march from its base of operations. In America this limit must be reduced to a single day. I need only add that upon the roads to Eichmond there were viaducts which it would have required six...
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The military and naval history of the rebellion in the United States: with ...

William Jewett Tenney - History - 1866 - 843 pages
...transportation service of an army of one hundred thousand men can only provision that army for a three days' march from its base of operations. In America this limit must be reduced to a single day. I need only add that upon the roads to Richmond there were viaducts which it would have required six...
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