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Custer's tactics at Little Bighorn

Custer's tactics at Little Bighorn

Did Custer rely too much on his original plan although he must have known that Reno and Benteen weren't following him? CUSTER & COGNITION Extracts from an article by David C. Gompert and Richard L. Kugler, Distinguished Research Professors in the Center...

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"Bury My Heart at Wounded Knee" (2007)

"Bury My Heart at Wounded Knee" (2007)

Are you ready to be sermonized? HBO's 2007 BURY MY HEART AT WOUNDED KNEE TV review By Virginia Heffernan, May 25, 2007 This project was doomed to overreach and to sermonize. To begin with, it’s about American Indians, who ever since Sacheen Littlefeather...

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Washita, 139 years ago...

Washita, 139 years ago...

Delos G. Sanbertson was scalped at Washita by a warrior but survived STORY OF A PRIVATE Private Delos G. Sanbertson : "I was scalped at Washita" "When it was fully daylight, we all gave a big yell and charged right down into camp. The lodges were all...

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Custer's Civil War tactics

Custer's Civil War tactics

How Custer managed his units during Civil War battles CUSTER'S TACTICS edited by "conz" , military officer, West Point graduate, LBH.info source: Custer Victorious , by Gregory J. Urwin, Bison Books Time is of the essence: “Custer was still a good two...

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Last Stand at Ia Drang

Last Stand at Ia Drang

Eyewitness account of the heroic battle of the Ia Drang in Vietnam, November 14-18 1965 LAST STAND OF THE SEVENTH CAVALRY (1965) by Private 1st Class Jack P. Smith, Mishalov.com The 1st Battalion had been fighting continuously for three or four days,...

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Waynesboro, 1864

Waynesboro, 1864

General Custer's triumph during the Civil War THE BATTLE OF WAYNESBORO by Roy Morris Jr., America's Civil War Magazine, March 2001, HistoryNet The winter of 1864-65 was one of the harshest on record in Virginia's war-torn Shenandoah Valley. Heavy snows...

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