Godfrey on wounded soldiers

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Did wounded forbid Benteen's and Reno's soldiers to support Custer's?
WOUNDED SOLDIERS ON RENO HILL

source: Captain Michael J. Koury, Diaries of Little Bighorn, page 11


 
Benteen's and Reno's defense said that a few wounded soldiers of Reno's command forbid 400 men to leave the safe place of Reno Hill and support Custer's 210 men under fire. Godfrey disagreed:


“I thought General Custer was below us and we could join him that we had no water and a few wounded; that we would have our casualties and burdens increased on the morrow.”

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