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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, Archer Jones - 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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Space and Power: Politics, War and Architecture

Paul Hirst - Architecture - 2005 - 260 pages
...men was destroyed in mass charges against the Union lines. This was the experience of Colonel Lyman: I had taken part in two great battles and heard the...only smoke and bushes, and lots of our men tumbling about.'36 Deadlock The advantages of railways ended at the railhead. Then armies returned to their...
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