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         War General:     more books (100)
  1. The Generals' War: The Inside Story of the Conflict in the Gulf by Michael R. Gordon, General Bernard E. Trainor, 1995-11-09
  2. Overlord: General Pete Quesada and the Triumph of Tactical Air Power in World WarII by Thomas Alexander Hughes, 2002-10-03
  3. Star Wars: General Grievous (Star Wars (Dark Horse)) by Chuck Dixon, Rick Leonardi, et all 2005-12-21
  4. MacArthur's Airman : General George C. Kenney and the War in the Southwest Pacific (Modern War Studies) by Thomas E. Griffith Jr., 1998-11
  5. The Civil War Trilogy: Gods and Generals / The Killer Angels / The Last Full Measure by Jeff Shaara, Michael Shaara, 1999-04-27
  6. The Warrior Generals: Combat Leadership in the Civil War by Thomas Buell, 1998-03-31
  7. The Generals: Brotherhood of War 06 (Brotherhood of War) by W. E. B. Griffin, 1986-02-01
  8. The Revolutionary War Memoirs of General Henry Lee by Henry Lee, 1998-04-01
  9. Guerrillas and Generals: The Dirty War in Argentina by Paul H. Lewis, 2001-10-30
  10. The War Between the GeneralsInside the Allied High Command by David Irving, 1981
  11. Shanks: The Life and Wars of General Nathan G. Evans, CSA by Jason H. Silverman, Samuel N. Thomas, et all 2002-06-30
  12. Great Generals of the Napoleonic Wars by Andrew Uffindell, 2003-03-01
  13. Civil War Generals: An Illustrated Encyclopedia (American Civil War) by Civil War Society, 1999-07-20
  14. A Politician Turned General: The Civil War Career of Stephen Augustus Hurlbut by Jeffrey N. Lash, 2003-09

1. The American Civil War Homepage
Laws of war general Orders No. 100 ( from the Avalon Project at Yale Law School State Local Studies by State. General. Civil War Message Board Portal
September 11, 2001
"Fellow citizens, we cannot escape history."
Abraham Lincoln, Annual Message to Congress, December 1862

George H. Hoemann
The American Civil War Homepage
Last Revised 10 June 2004
Outline of Resources
General Resources
1 June 2004 The Secession Crisis and Before
Images of Wartime

Biographical Information
5 May 2004 Histories and Bibliographies
25 May 2004 Documentary Records
10 June 2004
State/Local Studies by State 10 June 2004
Other Military Information Civil War Reenactors 1 June 2004 Civil War Round Tables
Fictional Accounts of Wartime General Resources
Music of the Civil War Era
2nd South Carolina String Band
Band Music from the Civil War Era (from the Library of Congress)
Music of the American Civil War
The Civil War Music Site
Poetry and Music of the War Between the States
Historic American Sheet Music: 1860-1869 (from Duke University)
Civil War Poetry and Music
The Civil War Music Store
Civil War Songs Radio (NB: This site has a commercial character)
Selections by 33rd NJVI Reenactors (NB: This site has a commercial character)
Music of the Civil War Radio (NB: This site has a commercial character)
Other General Resources
1 June 2004
Presidential Elections, 1860-1912

2. US Civil War Generals
This is meant to be a concise index to the generals who fought on both sides of the US Civil War, and has been specifically prepared for the Internet.
US Civil War
Introduction and acknowledgment
This is a concise index to the Generals who fought on both sides of the US Civil War, and has been specifically prepared for the Internet. It is not meant to replace the several excellent biographies and encyclopedias which have been published in print form, and which contain much more information than is intended for this index. The information here has been derived mainly from five publications - Ezra Warner's comprehensive works Generals in Gray and Generals in Blue , the Historical Times Illustrated Encyclopedia of the Civil War , Mark Boatner's Civil War Dictionary , and Francis Heitman's Historical Register and Dictionary of the United States Army 1789-1903 . Anyone wishing to know more about the General officers involved in the War should start there. Warner's books in particular have extensive bibliographical references and notes. This index does not include Union officers who promoted to the grade of Brigadier General by brevet but not promoted further. A list of such officers can be found at this address together with a description of brevet promotions. However the index has been updated to include the dates of brevet promotions for the Union General officers included here.

3. Civil War Generals II, Advanced Strategy Guide
Covers morale, scouting, artillery, offense, defense, ambushes and battles.
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Civil War Generals II, Advanced Strategy Guide Table of Contents How to win! Morale Scouting ... Campaign specific information (NEW!) This site is dedicated to everyone who ever wanted to know what separates the gurus from the also rans when it comes to playing this wonderful game. I have spent the last 4 years accumulating many tactics and strategies that I am sure any advanced players will appreciate. This guide is written for them. Certain tactics will also serve to enlighten newbies and less advanced players.. If you don't understand any of the tactics that I mention here, feel free to write me and I will incorporate the answer into this site at some point in the future. Also, I will try to answer specific queries if they fit into the overall structure that I have built here.
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4. Ulysses S. Grant Civil War General American President
In doing so, the Civil War s greatest general, and who went on to become Presidentof the United States, won himself a unique place in American letters.
Ulysses S. Grant
Eighteenth President 1869-1877
U. S. Grant
Alonzo Chappel

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The man we know as Ulysses S. Grant was actually named Hiram Ulysses Grant. As a boy he was known as "Lyss". Thomas Hamer, the Congrssman who appointed Grant to West Point, forgot all about Hiram. Remembering that Grant's mother's maiden name was Simpson and thinking that was Lyss Grant's middle name, he filled out the application in the name of "Ulysses S. Grant".
When Grant arrived at West Point and discovered that the Academy had him registered under the wrong name, he tried to get the error corrected. He was told that it didn't matter what he or his parents thought his name was, the official government application said his name was "Ulysses S." and that application could not be changed.
If Hiram U. Grant wanted to attend West Point, he would have to change his name. Biography:
Late in the administration of Andrew Johnson, Gen. Ulysses S. Grant quarreled with the President and aligned himself with the Radical Republicans. He was, as the symbol of Union victory during the Civil War, their logical candidate for President in 1868. When he was elected, the American people hoped for an end to turmoil. Grant provided neither vigor nor reform. Looking to Congress for direction, he seemed bewildered. One visitor to the White House noted "a puzzled pathos, as of a man with a problem before him of which he does not understand the terms."

5. Index
Scenarios, forum and news.
MIBPVTK'S CWG2 WEBSITE I have permanantly changed my name from Maj. Gen. Sigel to MIBpvtK. CLICK HERE:
Howdy, and welcome to my Civil War Generals 2 website. Civil War Generals 2 is a strategy PC game created by Sierra. I play CWG2 on the World Opponent Network (WON), I am known there as MIBpvtK. I am a dedicated member of TEAM MIB, and help to create scenarios for TEAM MIB. I am a novice player at the present time, but I hope to gain experience and move on to the intermediate level.
I believe it will probably take me a year or more to get to the intermediate level; until then, I will struggle it out at the novice level. Who knows, I might be able to beat a few experienced players here and there.
STORIES OF THE CIVIL WAR A Union Soldier Sees Red At Antietam
As the range grew better, the firing became more rapid, the situation desperate and exasperating to the last degree. Human nature was on the rack, and there burst forth from it the most vehement, terrible swearing I have ever heard. Certainly the joy of conflict was not ours that day. The suspense was only for a moment, however, for the order to charge came just after. Whether the regiment was thrown into disorder or not, I never knew. I only remember that as we rose and started all the fire that had been held back so long was loosed. In a second the air was full of the hiss of bullets and the hurtle of grape-shot. The mental strain was so great that I saw at that moment the singular effect mentioned, I think in the life of Goethe on a similar occasion- the whole landscape for an instant turned slightly red.

6. US Civil War Generals
US Civil war generals This is a concise index to the Generals who fought on both sides of the US Civil War, and has been specifically prepared for the Internet. It is not meant to replace the

7. RootsWeb: Genealogy Mailing Lists: SPAN-AM-WAR
General discussion regarding this war, as well as tips on researching your ancestry if involved in this war.
Military: SPAN-AM-WAR Mailing List SPAN-AM-WAR-L Topic: the Spanish American War. For questions about this list, contact the list administrator at

8. Portrait Of Revolutionary War General Nathaniel Greene
Painting Portrait of Revolutionary war general Nathanael Greene 1783 Oil oncanvas H 23 W 18 3/4 Independence National Historic Park, INDE 14055.
Portrait of Revolutionary War General Nathanael Greene
Oil on canvas
H 23" W 18 3/4"
Independence National Historic Park, INDE 14055

9. PARAMETERS, US Army War College Quarterly - Spring 1998
To Change a war general Harold K. Johnson and the PROVN Study. LEWISSORLEY. War Department, General Order No. 100, 24 April 1863.
To Change a War: General Harold K. Johnson and the PROVN Study
From Parameters , Spring 1998, pp. 93-109. Go to Spring issue Table of Contents. Go to Cumulative Article Index. T he South Vietnamese government awarded campaign medals to Americans who served in the Vietnam War. Each decoration was adorned with a metal scroll affixed to the ribbon and bearing the date "1960- ." The closing date was not filled in, perhaps prophetically, since in a sense for many Americans that war has never ended. If, as the medal scroll suggests, American participation is dated from 1960, the early years were those of an advisory effort. Then, in the spring of 1965, the United States began deploying ground forces to take part in the war, with the supporting air and naval campaigns also expanding proportionately. At the peak, in the spring of 1969, some 543,500 Americans were serving in South Vietnam, with many thousands more operating from ships off shore and airfields in adjacent countries. From June of 1964 American forces in the Republic of Vietnam were commanded by General William C. Westmoreland, while in the Pentagon General Harold K. Johnson became Army Chief of Staff in July of the same year. Both men continued in those posts until July 1968, when Johnson retired and was succeeded by Westmoreland, General Creighton Abrams then assuming command in Vietnam.

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11. AAA Meerschaum: War General Series Pipes
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About this collection:
ur war generals are inspired mostly by the Civil War, but we will also see a variety of foreign war figures. We are interested to know the history behind these figures, and encourage people to submit photos of their favorite war generals to us, so that we may add them to our collection.
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12. Sideshow Collectibles, Inc. - Brotherhood In Arms - Civil War General Jeb Stuart
Manufacturer of movie, film, television and proprietary collectible figures. Featuringproperties such as Brotherhood in Arms Civil war general Jeb Stuart.

13. And Then A.P. Hill Came Up - A.P. Hill, Confederate General
An online archive of information dedicated to the life and career of Civil war general and Confederate hero, Lieutenant General Ambrose Powell Hill.
The tragic, notable life and career of Lieutenant General Ambrose Powell Hill, CSA Welcome to And Then A.P. Hill Came Up . . . A.P. Hill Confederate General . . . An Online Archive and Tribute Dedicated to the Life and Career of Ambrose Powell Hill, CSA Mechanicsville Sharpsburg Chancellorsville Gettysburg "Next to Longstreet and Jackson, A.P. Hill is the best soldier of the grade with me." ~ Robert E. Lee Journey back . . . To the War Between the States and meet Lieutenant General Ambrose Powell Hill ... complicated, enigmatic, gallant Little Powell; daring and successful military leader and trusted lieutenant of Lee; high-spirited and devoted patriot; unselfish and sincere soldier who gave up his life in the final act of the tragedy; a man whose military genius, valor, and individuality so impressed itself upon his commands that they became especially famous for their great achievement even in the storied history of the splendid Army of Northern Virigina; and whose presence was hailed as harbinger of victory and light in the darkest hour at Sharpsburg. No wonder that Lee, as Jackson had, in his last hours and when his mind had reverted to the battlefield, called upon the commander he had so often relied upon in the hour of peril the command was "Tell A.P. Hill he must come up."

14. Americas Drug War General Brings Battle To Britain
Marijuana Policy Project. Americas Drug war general Brings Battleto Britain. Posted by FoM on October 24, 1999 at 120510 PT By
Americas Drug War General Brings Battle to Britain Posted by FoM on October 24, 1999 at 12:05:10 PT
By Matthew Campbell, Washington

Source: The Sunday Times
Colombia's drug lords may think twice before messing with General Barry McCaffrey, America's "drug tsar". He is one of the few government officials who can claim to have captured bunkers in the Vietnam war by charging forward and shooting enemy soldiers with his pistol.
The adversary today is different - yet McCaffrey has displayed the same fearless tenacity in the bureaucratic trenches since he exchanged his medal-encrusted military uniform for a suit in 1996 to lead President Bill Clinton's war on drugs. McCaffrey, 56, who visits Britain this week to discuss international co-operation in combating drugs, can claim some success, not least in boosting his department's budget to the size of Luxembourg's gross domestic product. Yet although illegal drug use by teenagers fell by 13% in 1998 and the number of drug users has fallen by 50% since 1979, he is not about to declare victory. Drug abuse, says McCaffrey, kills 52,000 people in America each year, roughly the number of casualties suffered in Vietnam. Despite his efforts, cocaine still floods into the country and prisons overflow with offenders.

15. Index
Scenarios, downloads and strategy guides.
Main Page Civil War Generals 2 Civil War Generals 2 is a military strategy game which put on the market by Sierra in 1996. This is the best military strategy game I have seen. You can play on line against real (real tough) opponents on WON.
WON is the World Opponents Network.
To get started buy the game, double click on the Civil War icon. Choose multi-player game. A pull up appears and you choose, "World Opponent Network."
By Ben "Spoons" Butler. This site created 7/14/00. Dedicated to the Generalisimo in many of us. Don't let work interfere with your generalizing. ***Stonewall***, The Master of Union Disaster. Click on the underlined words to go to this section. Figure out which sections you want to go to by reading the infomercial in the right hand colum. One of the purposes of this site is to make fair and balanced scenarios which players will enjoy playing. A lopsided battle is no fun to play on line. It gives little satisfaction to out play your opponent as the Rebs at Frederickburg and he still wins a major. My hope is that a number of interesting battles will be played more now that they are more balanced. I hope that each side has a reasonable chance of winning. Downloading Scenarios . To download a scenario, go the the scenario downloads sections. Double click on the underlined portion of the scenarios of your choice. Choose to save them to a disk. After they have downloaded, go to that spot with windows explorer. Double click on the winzip icon. Choose to extract, then select the path of your game

16. AEI - Publications
Home Publications FiveStar Cold war general. Five-Star Cold war general,
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The American Enterprise Newsletter
Browse by: Date Subject Author Type ... Publications Five-Star Cold War General Five-Star Cold War General Print Mail By Ben J. Wattenberg Posted: Saturday, January 1, 2000 ON THE ISSUES AEI Online (Washington) Publication Date: August 26, 1999 When Lane Kirkland died last month, the cause of freedom lost one of its most stalwart proponents. As I left the funeral for labor leader Lane Kirkland in mid-August, I got lost and drove through Arlington National Cemetery, the leafy sanctuary run with dignity and precision by the Department of the Army. America’s warriors rest there in peace and honor, overlooking the Washington Monument and the Lincoln Memorial across the Potomac River. As a young man, Lane Kirkland served the full duration of World War II in the U.S. Merchant Marine, sailing dangerous seas, delivering the arsenal of democracy to our troops and our allies. He became a union man and a warrior on the same job. But Mr. Kirkland’s supreme service came later, as a five-star general in the Cold War. He was president of the AFL-CIO from 1979 to 1995. There have been problems and glories in the American trade union movement. There is grist there for many mills. By my lights there are deeper problems and fewer glories since Mr. Kirkland left. The proportional decline of union membership in the American work force, which began well before he took office, continues.

17. Famous Illinoisians With Civil War Ties
about John A. Logan, an Illinois Civil war general Statesman, prompted a discussionof Illinoisians who are widelyassociated with the American Civil War.
Famous Illinoisians with Civil War Ties
Bickerdyke, "Mother" Mary Ann Ball
1817-1901. Born in Knox County, Ohio. At beginning of the Civil War, she lived in Galesburg, Illinois. She moved to Cairo, Illinois to treat wounded soldiers. After the war, she was instrumental in obtaining pensions for veterans and for other Civil War nurses. A monument in her honor stands at her burial site in Galesburg, Knox County, Illinois
Black, Greene, Vardiman
Father of Modern Dentistry. Served in Company D of the 129th Illinois Infantry More Details
Douglas, Stephen A.
Lawyer - Orator - Political Leader. Famous for debates during 1858 US Senate Campaign against Abraham Lincoln. Supported Popular Sovereignty (Right of residents of a state to vote for or against slavery within the bounds of the State)
Grant, Ulysses S.
Union General during Civil War. Became 18th US President.
Grierson, Benjamin H.
General. Commanded Illinois Cavalry.
Hay, John
Raised in Warsaw, Illinois . Private secretary to President Abraham Lincoln. Secretary of State under Presidents McKinley and Roosevelt. Poet, Novelist, Biographer of Lincoln. [Suggested by Norm Winick]
Haynie, Isham N.

18. Aerocoupe8's Pathetic Little Web Site
Tactics, downloads and tournament information.
Aerocoupe8's Web Site
Still under construction, but it's getting better slowly I am making this site to include some of each of my hobbies, they are:
My car
(a 1987 Monte Carlo SS Aerocoupe), Dale Earnhardt's Aerocoupes , and the game Civil War Generals 2 There I am, at my desk the day after the vent cover fell out of the ceiling and landed just about where the book is on the left-hand side of the picture; still wondering why I have that helmet on? Over Spring Break, the roof was taken off, the supports were bent back into place, additional braces were welded into place, a new piece of roof was put on, and all of the ceiling tiles and vent covers were stuck back in place; not bad considering they only took two days to do all of that. Visit some of my friend's sites:
Seth's (Slim Pickins') page:
Seth's newest page: Noah's (No Stude's)page:
Noah's other page:

19. Civil War Generals 2
Official site, with tactics and downloads.

20. George Crook, Major General, United States Army
Biography of General Crook, Civil war general and of the Indian Wars, with pictures.
George Crook
Major General, United States Army Born near Dayton, Ohio, September 8, 1830, he graduated from West Point in 1852. In 1861 he was promoted to Captain and gave good service in Western Virginia and in September was promoted to Brigadier General of U.S. Volunteers, taking command of the Kanawha District. He was in command of the Division of Cavalry in the Army of the Cumberland, was at Chickamauga and drove Joseph Wheeler across the Tennessee. He was breveted Major General of Volunteers, July 1864, and was put in command of the Army of West Virginia, and took part in General Philip Henry Sheridan's operations in the Shenandoah Valley. In late February 1865, he was captured by Confederate guerrillas, being exchanged the next month. He was breveted Brigadier and Major General, U.S. Army on March 14, 1865, afterwards distinguishing himself in several campaigns against Indians, particularly in the battles of Powder River, Tongue River and the Rosebud. He died on March 21, 1890 at Chicago while in command of the Department of the West. Crook Walk in Arlington National Cemetery is named for him. He was originally buried in Oakland, Maryland, but was moved to Section 2 of Arlington National Cemetery on November 11, 1898. His wife, Mary Tapscott Dailey Crook, born at Moorefield, Virginia, May 7, 1842 and who died at Oakland, Maryland, September 24, 1895, is buried with him.

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