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" He brought all the powers of his army into play; ever on the defensive, 'tis true, yet ever striking his enemy in his most vulnerable part. His face was always to the foe. They could make no movement in which they were not anticipated. Such a man was... "
1861 Vs. 1862: "Co. Aytch", Maury Grays, First Tennessee Regiment; Or, A ... - Page 157
by Samuel R. Watkins - 1882 - 236 pages
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General Johnston

Robert Morton Hughes - 1893 - 353 pages
...They could make no movement in which they were not anticipated. Such a man was Joseph E. Johnston, and such his record. Farewell, old fellow, we privates loved you because you made us love ourselves ! . . . "CHAPTER LXXIII. — GENERAL HOOD TAKES COMMAND. — It came like a flash of electricity, staggering...
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Heroes in Gray

Samuel Wells Sherrill - Confederate States of America - 1909 - 170 pages
...Sherman always held him in high esteem and praised his tactics in war. His soldiers said, at the end, "Farewell, old fellow, we privates loved you because you made us love ourselves." Let us hold the names of our Confederate soldiers in grateful remembrance and love, and let the expanding...
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Joseph E. Johnston: A Civil War Biography

Craig L. Symonds - Biography & Autobiography - 1994 - 464 pages
...appropriate epitaph, one that Johnston himself would have appreciated: Such a man was Joseph E. Johnston, and such his record. Farewell, old fellow! We privates loved you because you made us love ourselves.30 "In 1959, when he was asked to write an introduction for the reprint of SB Joseph E. Johnston's...
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Co. Aytch: A Confederate Memoir of the Civil War

Sam R. Watkins - Biography & Autobiography - 2008 - 256 pages
...They could make no movement in which they were not anticipated. Such a man was Joseph E. Johnston, and such his record. Farewell, old fellow! We privates...his body lies yonder on the Kennesaw line. General Breckinridge and other generals resigned.1 I lay down my pen; I can write no more; my heart is too...
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