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" Why, we never saw any Rebels where we were; only smoke and bushes, and lots of our men tumbling about"; and now I appreciate this most fully. "
Meade's headquarters, 1863-1865: letters of Colonel Theodore Lyman from the ... - Page 101
by Theodore Lyman - 1922 - 371 pages
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How the North Won: A Military History of the Civil War

Herman Hattaway - History - 1991 - 762 pages
...on by generals in cocked hats and by bands of music, exist not for us." In the wooded country I have "scarcely seen a Rebel save killed, wounded, or prisoners! I remember how even line officers, who were in the Battle of Chancellorsville, said: 'Why, we never saw any Rebels where we were; only smoke and...
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The Conduct of War, 1789-1961: A Study of the Impact of the French ...

J. F. C. Fuller - History - 1992 - 352 pages
...picture is penned by Colonel Lyman of what a battle was like in this war: 'I had taken part', he writes, *in two great battles, and heard the bullets whistle both days, and yet I had scarcely sem a Rebel save killed, wounded, or prisoners! I remember even line officers, who were at the battle...
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