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" Lieutenant-Colonel Roosevelt led, waving his sword. Out into the open the men went, and up the hill. Death to every man seemed certain. The crackle of the Mauser rifles was continuous. Out of the brush came the riders. "
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Theodore Roosevelt: The Citizen

Jacob August Riis - Presidents - 1904 - 471 pages
...When they came * to the open, smooth hillside there was no protection. Bullets were raining down at them, and shot and shells from the batteries were...and up the hill. Death to every man seemed certain. The crackle of the Mauser rifles was continuous. Out of the brush came the riders. Up, up they went,...
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Theodore Roosevelt: The Citizen

Jacob August Riis - Campaign biography - 1904 - 471 pages
...When they came l to the open, smooth hillside there was no protection. Bullets were raining down at them, and shot and shells from the batteries were...and up the hill. Death to every man seemed certain. The crackle of the Mauser rifles was continuous. Out of the brush came the riders. Up, up they went,...
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THEODORE ROOSEVELT THE CITIZENS

JACOB A. RIIS - 1904
...When they came l to the open, smooth hillside there was no protection. Bullets were raining down at them, and shot and shells from the batteries were...hesitation, and then came the order: * Forward! charge I' Lieutenant-Colonel Roosevelt led, waving his sword. Out into the open the men went, and up the hill....
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The Outlook, Volume 76

1904
...When they came * to the open, smooth hillside there was no protection. Bullets were raining down at them, and shot and shells from the batteries were...was a moment's hesitation, and then came the order : 1 Forward! charge I' Lieutenant-Colonel Roosevelt led, waving his sword. Out into the open the men...
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Rooseveltian Fact and Fable

Annie Riley Hale - 1908 - 198 pages
..."When they came to the open, smooth hillside, there was no protection. Bullets were raining down at them, and shot and shells from the batteries were...hesitation, and then came the order: Forward, charge! Colonel Roosevelt led, waving his sword. Out into the open the men went and up the hill. Death to every...
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Rough Rider in the White House: Theodore Roosevelt and the Politics of Desire

Sarah Watts - Biography & Autobiography - 2003 - 289 pages
...bullets were raining down at them, and shot and shells from the batteries were sweeping everything. . . . "Forward! Charge!" Lieutenant-Colonel Roosevelt led,...of death, men dropping from the ranks at every step . . . [yet] not a man flinching. . . . Roosevelt was a hundred feet in the lead. Finally his horse...
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Rough Rider in the White House: Theodore Roosevelt and the Politics of Desire

Sarah Watts - Biography & Autobiography - 2003 - 289 pages
...bullets were rasnntg down at them, and shot and shello Irom the batteries were sweeping everythmg. . . . "Forward! C.harge!" Lieutenant-Colonel Roosevelt led, waving his sword. Out into the open the men weut, and up the hill. Death to every man seemed certain. Up, up they went, ... in the face of death,...
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