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The Roman Republic and its growing problems

Roman expansion continued, and time and time again her legions were successful in foreign wars, never losing a conflict even if they sometimes suffered defeat in individual battles. Yet, the stability and unity of purpose which had so characterised Roman political life for centuries began to break down. Politicians started to employ violent means to achieve their ends, the disputes escalating until they became civil wars fought on a massive scale. A succession of charismatic military leaders emerged, men able to persuade their soldiers to fight other Romans. In 49 Julius Caesar, faced with the choice between being forced out of politics altogether or starting a civil war, invaded Italy. His success effectively tolled the death knell of the Republican political system, for after his victory he established himself as

Bierces wartime experiences

When the Civil War started, Bierce immediately volunteered to join the Union Army. His enlistment was due in part to the antislavery beliefs that his family had instilled in him. But Bierce also joined the army because he wanted to escape from the rural environment in which he had always lived. He became a private in Company C of the Ninth Indiana Volunteers in April 1861 and remained in the Union Army until January 1865, when he resigned as a lieutenant. He spent much of this period under the command of General W. B. Hazen (1830-1887), a tough officer for whom Bierce developed a great admiration.

Lack of support causes frustration

Many Confederate soldiers and officers admitted that they were very relieved when Lowe's Balloon Corps disbanded in 1863. Years after the Civil War concluded, the famous Confederate general James Longstreet (1821-1904 see entry) wrote Thaddeus Lowe a letter in which he expressed admiration for Lowe's ballooning exploits. He also talked about the South's failed effort to launch a balloon of its own

Bankss Red River operation

The son of ZacharyTaylor and Jefferson Davis's former brother-in-law. Richard Taylor led a brigade under Stonewall Jackson and was one of the few who earned his admiration. He returned west where he ser ed out the war As lieutenant-general, he skillfully opposed Banks's Red Rrver campaign and whipped the larger Union force.Taylor surrendered his command to E R. S. Canby in May 1865. (Library of Congress) The son of ZacharyTaylor and Jefferson Davis's former brother-in-law. Richard Taylor led a brigade under Stonewall Jackson and was one of the few who earned his admiration. He returned west where he ser ed out the war As lieutenant-general, he skillfully opposed Banks's Red Rrver campaign and whipped the larger Union force.Taylor surrendered his command to E R. S. Canby in May 1865. (Library of Congress)

Plans for the spring campaign

The appointment of Joe Johnston sent a bolt of electricity through the Army of Tennessee. After a year and a half of the obstreperous and unsuccessful Bragg, the men felt as if they had finally secured a real leader. Johnston possessed an extraordinary charisma that drew soldiers to him. Troops felt as if he cared about them, and at least initially, the men in the Army of Tennessee rejoiced over his appointment. Unlike the Commander-in-Chief, the soldiers did not blame him for the loss of Vicksburg, and he had the great fortune of having been removed well before the Bragg fiasco of mid to late 1863.

Adopts Texas as home state

As a youngster, Hood was a troublemaker who got in fistfights with other boys on a regular basis. He managed to gain admission into the prestigious U.S. Military Academy at West Point in 1849, however, thanks to his father's wealth and the assistance of an uncle who was a U.S. congressman. During his time at West Point, his poor grades and taste for mischief nearly resulted in his expulsion. As a senior, however, he developed a deep admiration for Robert E. Lee (1807-1870 see entry), who took over as the academy's superintendent during that year. This admiration may have helped Hood reduce some of his bad behavior. In any event, he managed to perform just well enough to graduate from the school in 1853 (he ranked forty-fourth out of fifty-two graduates).

Jacksons Shenandoah Valley campaign

By May, Jackson's maneuvers had thrown the North's military leaders into such complete confusion that they became worried about a Jackson-led attack on Washington, D.C. This perceived threat to the U.S. capital convinced President Abraham Lincoln (1809-1865 see entry) to keep an additional forty thousand troops around Washington rather than let them join the Union offensive in eastern Virginia. Lincoln also ordered additional Union troops into the Shenandoah Valley to neutralize Jackson. But Jackson continued to strike against his enemies, avoiding all Union efforts to stop him. Eventually, even his Union opponents expressed admiration for his brilliant tactics and fearlessness. Jackson's chief characteristics as a military leader were his quick perceptions of the weak points of the enemy, his ever readiness, the astounding rapidity of his movements, his sudden and unexpected onslaughts intense attacks , and the persistency with which he followed them up, said one Union officer. His...

First resistance the Volunteer Army

The Kornilov Division

Three White generals were instrumental in organizing the first resistance that led to civil war in the aftermath of the Bolshevik Revolution l.avr KorniJov, Mikhail Alexiev and Anton Denikin. Kornilov, the son of a Cossack, had been born in Siberia in 1870, A man of reckless courage and almost magical charisma, he had been the first Russian general to escape from an enemy prisoner-of-war camp in World War One. By 31 July 1917, he had risen to the position of supreme commander-in-chief under Kerensky. In August, in an attempt to restore order at the front and continue the war against the Central Powers, Kornilov attempted to overturn the Provisional Government and failed.

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Fotografias Erich Lessing

Who distinguished themselves, but even more than this it was his remarkable charisma that ensured that his soldiers were devoted to him. Throughout the war, desertions from the Pompeian forces were common, but all of our sources claim that there were no defections in the other direction. Fighting a war to protect his own honour and status, Caesar's objective was clear and obvious, giving the Caesarian war effort a unity of purpose not displayed by the other side. Yet it also meant that it was much easier for him to lose. If Caesar were killed, or his army defeated so heavily that he was discredited, then the war would effectively have been over. Only the Pompeians could suffer defeat after defeat and still prolong the struggle.

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His raw courage as well as his wealth of military experience won him the admiration and trust of both Collins and Mulcahy. His membership of Collins' inner circle was also unusual, as he does not appear to have been a member of the 1RB. His loyalty to Collins was purely personal rather than doctrinal and despite his pedigree as an cx-Hritlsh officer he rose rapidly through the IRA's ranks to command the Active Service Units during the failed attack on the Customs House in May 1921. In addition he became the first Director of Munitions and, by the time the Truce was agreed In July 1921, the Director of Training for the IRA.

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Death General Reynolds Gettysburg

While bringing up the 2nd Wisconsin Infantry to help hold the line at Gettysburg, Reynolds was shot and killed instantly by a Confederate infantryman in a barn on the edge of nearby woodland. He was buried in the main burial plot at Lancaster, only 5(J miles away from Gettysburg. He had fallen without receiving a presentation sword, with a blade of the finest Damascus steel, a black onyx grip set with the initials J.F.R. in diamonds, and a scabbard of pure gold, which had been acquired earlier without a chance for a formal presentation ceremony. The scabbard was engraved, Presented to Major-general John F. Reynolds, by the enlisted men of the First, Second, Fifth and Eighth regiments of the First Brigade of Pennsylvania, in testimony of their love and admiration. Medianicsvilie, June 26th, 1862. The sword was finally presented to Reynolds' sister.

The Royalist Commanders

He had served in the Dutch Army, experiencing both campaigning and siege warfare, including the internationally famous siege of Breda (1637). Captured by the Imperialists at the battle of Lemgo in 1638 while serving as a cavalry colonel in his brother's mercenary army, he was then imprisoned for three years. Prince Rupert spent much of his time in captivity studying military theory and his discussions with Imperial officers both during this period and later at the Imperial Court at Vienna introduced him to the developing military theory of the Imperial Army. By 1642, he was a competent officer with a thorough technical understanding of campaigning, siege warfare, the training methods for infantry and cavalry and various styles of contemporary batdefield deployments and tactics, and his personal charisma made him a natural leader. His weakness at this point in his career was that although he had a thorough understanding of military theory which made him one of the most...

Africa December 47April

Roman Elephant

There was also another mutiny among Caesar's veterans, news made all the more bitter because the ringleaders this time came from his own favourite, l.egio X. The older soldiers wanted to be discharged and others complained that they had not received the rewards promised once their labours were at an end. These were their public grievances, but boredom may have played as big a part in provoking the outbreak, for throughout history armies have been more prone to mutiny when they are inactive. Caesar arrived back in Italy just as the mutineers were gearing themselves up to march on Rome. His behaviour amazed them when he rode into their camp and addressed them and asked what they wanted. When they shouted out that they wished to be demobilised, Caesar declared that they were discharged and informed them that he would let them have all that he had promised once he had won the war in Africa with other troops. Already stunned, the veterans were horrified when he addressed them as Quirites -...

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Isabella Baumfree Images

Sojourner Truth was one of the most highly regarded and recognized African American women in the 19th century. In 1863, Harriet Beecher Stowe noted that she was impressed not only by Truth's tall, slender physical appearance but also by her clear sense of self-worth. An unstinting advocate of the rights of women and African Americans, Truth traveled widely in support of both movements.

Election Southern secession creation of the Confederacy

The opening scene of the crisis of 1860-61 took place in the autumn of 1859. On 16 October, John Brown and a small band of followers seized the federal arsenal at Harpers Ferry, Virginia, as part of a plan to gather slaves in a mountain stronghold, arm them and wage war on the South's slaveholders. Robert E. Lee and a detachment of United States Marines quickly suppressed the raiders, and Brown himself was tried, sentenced to die, and hanged. Comporting himself with dignity and courage at his trial and execution, Brown won the admiration of much of the North. As he went to the gallows, he handed one of his jailers a note that read, 'I John Brown am now quite certain that the crimes of this guilty, land will never be purged away but with Blood.' In the North, a number of newspapers praised Brown, church bells peeled his honor and other such demonstrations underscored that a substantial element of the northern public shared, at least to a degree, Brown's hatred of slavery.

The Battle of Stones River

Battle Stones River

Rosecrans was sent west at his own request and served under John Pope during the advance on Corinth, Mississippi, in May 1862. He fought successfully at the Battle of Corinth in October, and replaced Don Carlos Buell in November. Well liked by his men and a brilliant strategist. Rosecrans was known for his heavy drinking, profuse language and hot temper, and his soldiers dubbed him 'Old Rosey'. (Hulton Getty)

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General John Reynolds Death

While bringing up the 2nd Wisconsin Infantry to help hold the line at Gettysburg, Reynolds was shot and killed instantly by a Confederate infantryman in a barn on the edge of nearby woodland. He was buried in the main burial plot at Lancaster, only 50 miles away from Gettysburg. He had fallen without receiving a presentation sword, with a blade of the finest Damascus steel, a black onyx grip set with the initials J.F.R. in diamonds, and a scabbard of pure gold, which had been acquired earlier without a chance for a formal presentation ceremony. The scabbard was engraved, Presented to Major-general John F. Reynolds, by the enlisted men of the First, Second, Fifth and Eighth regiments of the First Brigade of Pennsylvania, in testimony of their love and admiration. Mechanicsville, June 26th, 1862. The sword was finally presented to Reynolds' sister.

Angel of the battlefield

By the time the Battle of Antietam was over, Barton's tireless efforts on behalf of wounded soldiers had made her a beloved figure throughout the Union Army. Here at Anti-etam her work was truly heroic, wrote Cathy East Dubowski in Clara Barton Healing the Wounds, and here she won the admiration of the common soldiers and of many surgeons. She had proved her courage and ability beyond a doubt to the army and to herself. She had marched with the soldiers, gone without food and rest, slept under the stars, and stood her ground under fire, even when others ran.

On how those who did not rebel became rebels

Yet Millan Astray, after spending two hours watching Franco at his desk with his auditor of the war, Lieutenant Colonel Martinez Fuset, seeing him reduce many of the sentences and noting that the capital sentences that were approved were for truly horrible crimes, expressed the admiration he felt for the Caudillo 'when I see that the way you administer justice reveals how generous, Christian and Spanish your heart is'.81

Union advances in Kentucky

Under the leadership of Major-General Albert Sidney Johnston. A charismatic Texan, with outstanding credentials, having graduated from West Point eighth in his class and having served in the Black Hawk War, the Mexican War, and the Mormon War of 1858, Johnston was an excellent choice. Moreover, he was a good friend of President Davis. On his shoulders would fall the responsibility of defending the 500-mile (800km) line that stretched from the Appalachians to the Ozarks in the west across the Mississippi river. He constructed a defensive cordon that ran from Columbus on the Mississippi to Cumberland Gap in the Appalachians.

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On May 15, Victor left Newtown Square with the Avalon Hussars and the Prince's Men, arriving a week later at Hood IV where he sought to convince the Fifteenth Lyran Regulars to side with him in the conflict. Though professing her admiration for the Prince, Colonel Lisa Orsini refused to commit her troops to the Allied cause, citing the need to remain vigilant against the Jade Falcons. Victor accepted her decision and departed for Winter. However, many of his aides concurred with the recent LAAF report that suggested the once-adventurous commander of the Bully Boys had lost her edge and become overly cautious.

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Boys whose older relatives planned to enlist had clear role models. One 10-year-old boy watched in awe as his two uncles tried to learn the manual arms. The men bought an old musket and a copy of a book of tactics and ''worked seriously in a business like manner'' so they would be ready for service (Elmore 1910, 54-59). The boy kept a constant vigil, not so much from admiration but on the off chance that he might be able to play with the weapon once in a while.

Alabama

Rosecrans as sent .vest at his own reauest and served under John Pope dunng the advance on Connth. Mississippi, in May 1861 He fought successfully at the Battle of Connth in October, and replaced Don Carlos Buell in November Well liked by his men and a bnlliant strategist Rosecrans was known for his heavy drinking, profuse language and hot temper, and his soldiers dubbed him 'Old Rosey.' (Huton Getty)

Michigan Cavalrymen

Civil War Frock Coat

Summer of 1863 just days before the Battle of Gettysburg when Custer led the Wolverines, as his brigade become known in a decisive action against Confederate cavalry. In admiration of their leader some of Custer's men began to sport red neckties like the one he wore and before long it became fashionable in the entire brigade. 'You could always tell Custer and

Leadership

Nathan Bedford Forrest

Guerrilla bands ranged in strength from a handful to hundreds of men, but each was a loose conglomeration unified by a charismatic leader. A guerrilla leader had to be brave, tough, successful, but most of all a hero to the mostly young farm boys who followed him. Leading, not to mention controlling, a rough group of guerrillas took a man who led from the front and fought at least as well as the average member of his group. Since he did not enjoy membership of the officer class of the organized army, his authority was not automatic but entirely personal.

Arkansas

Images Governor Beriah Magoffin

Under the leadership of Major-General Albert Sidney Johnston. A charismatic Texan, with outstanding credentials, having graduated from West Point eighth in his class and having served in the Black Hawk War, the Mexican War, and the Mormon War of 1858, Johnston was an excellent choice. Moreover, he was a good friend of President Davis. On his shoulders would fall the responsibility of defending the 500-mile (800km) line that stretched from the Appalachians to the Ozarks in the west across the Mississippi river. He constructed a defensive cordon that ran from Columbus on the Mississippi to Cumberland Gap in the Appalachians.

Carbines

Confederate manufactured guns included the Richmond carbine (contemporary reports say this was very unreliable and unpopular) J. P. Murrey muzzle-loading carbine Cooke and Brother carbine (well liked, but muzzle loading and therefore slow) a Richmond copy of the Sharps breech loader (some were good, others very unreliable). A small number of Morse single-shot cartridge breech-loading carbines were produced. The metal cartridges could only be fired one at a time, but the carbine had a Winchester style trigger guard which was, in fact, immovable, and presumably served for show only I

Union Troops

Jackson Mine

Southern soldiers' faces were gaunt, but their lips were set in a tight line beneath eyes as bright as their carefully cleaned and oiled rifles. These men appreciated the battle-fever they saw in Thomas J. Jackson's eyes when they nicknamed him Ole Blue Light or spoke with admiration of his tenacity and derring-do when they called him That Crazy Old Presbyterian Fool. If he was a crazy fool, he was a victorious crazy fool, and most importantly, he was the crazy fool who made them a fearsome fighting machine.

Wave One Postscript

On the other hand, Archon Katherine Steiner-Davion was without a doubt a charismatic and driven leader, two qualities that many within both nations felt that Victor did not have. Those facts, along with her oftentimes daily appearance in news broadcasts and other press conferences, won her the loyalty of billions of citizens from both the Lyran Alliance and the Federated Suns, including a great many of the senior officers within both nations' militaries. So while there were just as many anti-Katherine citizens scattered throughout the two realms, the Archon's propagandists managed to convince those in the middle that the protesters were nothing more than rabble-rousers and malcontents.

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