Hell Really Exists

Hell Really Exists

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LntroductionThe nation in crisis

Sectional tensions erupted in 1854 when the Kansas-Nebraska Act repealed the Missouri Compromise and allowed the ambiguous concept of 'popular sovereignty' (let the people of the territories decide) to settle the question of whether or not slavery would exist. When it passed, Illinois Senator Stephen A. Douglas prophesied that the Kansas-Nebraska Act would 'raise a hell of a storm.' Although it opened the landscape for the construction of a transcontinental railroad, it signaled the collapse of the Whig Party, served as a catalyst for the new Republican Party, and was instrumental in the growth of the one-party Democratic South.

Slaverys Constitution

On July 4, 1854, the abolitionist William Lloyd Garrison observed Independence Day by burning a copy of the United States Constitution. He was disgusted that the Constitution not only permitted the continued enslavement of 4 million African Americans but also required federal officials to return fugitive slaves to their masters. The gesture earned Garrison both praise and scorn, as did his declaration that the founding document was a covenant with death and an agreement with hell. 1 Today, in an era when burners of the American flag are routinely hauled before the courts, Garrison's destruction of another national icon seems radical in the extreme. The act seems even more poignant when contrasted with today's constitutional politics. When reformers today run into the roadblocks of constitutional provisions, congressional legislation, or judicial decisions, they are much more likely to demand a constitutional amendment than the abandonment of the entire Constitution. Garrison and other...

Gettysburg july2 1863

The success of his army in the fighting on July 1 encouraged Lee to renew the battle on July 2. An early morning reconnaissance of the Federal left revealed that their line did not extend as far south as Little Round Top. Lee directed Longstreet to take two divisions of I Corps and march south until they reached the flank of the Federal forces. They would attack from this point, supported by a division of A.P. Hill's corps - a total force of nearly 20,000 men. While Longstreet carried out the main offensive, Ewell was ordered to conduct a demonstration against the Federal right. However, he was given discretion to mount a full-scale attack should the opportunity present itself. -L Confederates appeared to have the devil in them. My men did not flinch and then, when their assailants descended into the ravine and crossed the creek, they were received with a deadly volley, every shot of which was effective On both sides, each one aimed at his man, and men fell dead and wounded with...

Cordleys Account of Quantrills Raid on Lawrence

The horsemanship of the guerrillas was perfect. They rode with that ease and abandon which are acquired only by a life spent in the saddle amid desperate scenes. Their horses scarcely seemed to touch the ground, and the riders sat upon them with bodies erect and arms perfectly free with revolvers on full cock, shooting at every house and man they passed, and yelling like demons at every bound. On each side of this stream of fire . . . were men falling dead and wounded, and women and children, running and screaming some trying to escape from danger and some rushing to the side of their murdered friends. . . .

The language of the document

Recently a German researcher, likewise employing methods of linguistic analysis, has gone much further, comparing the Collective Letter to the speech that Hitler made three years earlier, on 1 February 1933, in order to gain absolute powers and put an end to the Weimar Republic. She believes that she detects the same line of argument in both if they win, the country will once again become what it had been in an ideal time past it is an appeal to defend the supreme values of order, harmony and truth, against which the enemies are hurling anarchy, ruin and falsehood these are not ordinary political adversaries, but mortal enemies rushing out from Hell to destroy the Fatherland the political situation in Germany and Spain during the 1930s was seen as being in the greatest danger from Communist revolution.28 No doubt Goma, whose antipathy to Nazism was visceral, would have been distressed to see himself compared to Hitler, but the similarities of their rightist language are significant.

The Holy See and the Collective Letter

The one and only phrase of any significance in the letter-prologue, said Yanguas, is that in which the cardinal expresses the Pope's satisfaction at the favourable reception of the Collective Letter of the Spanish episcopate by the Catholic world and particularly of the passage in it where the Spanish bishops condemn evil in all its forms. The emphasized phrase as it appears in the Spanish translation can hardly be interpreted as a commitment to anything, but the authentic phrase in the original Italian is even less so, for it says l'alto senso de giustizia di coddesti Ecc.mi Vescovi nello sti-matizzare il male da qualunque parte esso venga to condemn evil from whichever quarter it may come that is to say that we should put ourselves more or less on the same footing as the Reds. We do not claim that the red zone is Hell and ours Heaven, because Heaven is not on Earth. But, yes, we can affirm that the red zone is Hell, complete with all its Satanic refinements, and that ours is the...

Campaign through the Carolinas

These Yankee veterans were intent on punishing South Carolina. When a soldier in the XIV Corps crossed over the bridge into the state, he yelled back, 'Boys, this is old South Carolina, let's give her hell,' at which his comrades cheered. Without authorization, they burned parts or most of 18 towns and plundered or wrecked all sorts of private property. Sherman's troops would have their revenge.

Black soldiers and POWs

Along with changes in behavior, veterans embraced new attitudes about the war. They began to see both soldiers and civilians as the enemy, and they recognized the destruction of property as a powerful tool in fighting the war. Rebel cavalry commander Nathan Bedford Forrest proved himself master of the destructive cavalry raid, wreaking such havoc on garrisons, railroads, and supply depots that Sherman called him 'that devil Forrest.' Confederates, too, paid less credence to notions of 'civilized warfare,' especially when it came to black soldiers. Both they and the black troops fought under the black flag, signaling their opponent that they would

Last stand of the Whites

France Republican Horse Guard

Wrangel, therefore, determined to be pragmatic. In his own words 'With the devil and for Russia, hut against the Bolsheviks.' Consequently, he sought alliances with Poland, Georgia, Petlyura and Makhno. Poland dispatched a military mission to the Crimea in response while Makhno hanged the White emissaries on the spot.

Personalising Uniforms

Soldiers Wearing Forage Cap

The way Union soldiers wore their uniform differed greatly. Some looked immaculate while others, like this soldier wearing his sack coat open favoured a devil-may-care appoach. This soldier has an oilskin cover on his forage cap. Already a fine unit, the ribbons gave the 124th New York an even greater sense of identity and purpose as they showed at the Battle of Gettysburg in July 1863, two months after they had been nicknamed Orange Blossoms at Chancellorsville. During the Battle of Gettysburg the 124th was stationed near Devil's Den and lost many more men trying to force back a Confederate attack that ultimately overwhelmed them.

Major General James Emmet Dalton MC 18981978

Emmet Dalton Productions Ireland Film

For the rest of his life Dalton was known as 'Ginchy'. According to his Military Cross citation he 'led forward to their final objective companies which had lost their officers. Later whilst consolidating his position, he found himself with one sergeant, confronted by 21 of the enemy, including an officer, who surrendered when he attacked them.' Later that year King George V presented him with his medal at Buckingham Palace. In many respects it was typical of the courage he demonstrated throughout this military career and such was his pride in the award that on occasion he even wore the ribbon on his NA uniform. When Collins was warned that it was not safe for him to drive around the county he told local NA commander Joe Sweeney that, 'whatever happens, my fellow countrymen won't kill me'. When the l iA ambushed Collins' convoy on 22 August Dalton had shouted, 'Drive like hell' but Collins contradicted him, Dalton attributed Collins' death to his lack of combat experience 'if Mick had...

Chinese Civil War Weapons

Chinese Civil War 1945 1949

Small arms used by the Nationalists included all previously acquired Mauser 7.92mm rifle types, both imported and locally made. Additional rifles came from among the large number of Japanese 6.5mm and 7.7mm Aiisakas captured in 1945. The .30cal Springfield Ml903 and Enfield M1917 rifles had been supplied in large numbers by the USA pre-1945 but while significant numbers of Ml carbines were provided, as far as is known 110 Garand Ml rifles were supplied. Sub-machine guns were usually either .45cal Thompsons (imported, or various copies), Canadian-made 9mm Stens. or the Chinese Type 36 copy of the US .45cal M3 'grease gun'. Light machine guns used during the Civil War were the Czech-designed 7.92mm ZB26 and a Canadian-made 7.92mm Bren gun. The most common heavy machine gun throughout the war was the archaic-looking Type 24, a copy of the 7.92mm German MG08 Maxim. This mix of so many types of weapon taking at least six types of ammunition must have made the lives of ordnance officers and...

War in the East 186465

The next day, Early was finally in position to make a strong demonstration, which was repulsed by the veteran Union troops. In the afternoon, Sixth Corps units sortied against the Confederate skirmishers, driving them back from their advanced positions in front of forts Stevens and DeRussy, at a loss of about 280 killed and wounded. As President Lincoln watched the action from Fort Stevens, he came under fire from Confederate sharpshooters. Recognizing that the Union Capitol was defended by veteran troops, Early abandoned any thought of taking the city. Withdrawing during the night, he marched toward White's Ford on the Potomac, ending his invasion of Maryland. We didn't take Washington, Early told his staff officers, but we scared Abe Lincoln like Hell.

The Shenandoah Valley Campaign of 1864

Jubal Early 1864 Shenandoah Campaign

As Confederate options near Richmond and Petersburg narrowed in 1864, General Lee determined to take advantage of the valley again. He sent his trusted and able lieutenant, General Jubal A. Early, to raise Jackson-like hell in that vulnerable sector. line outside Washington and came under desultory long-range fire. The Confederates did not get into the capital city proper, and could not have held it had they done so. As Jubal Early commented in summary 'We haven't taken Washington, but we've scared Abe Lincoln like hell ' On 22 September, while the rest of Sheridan's army demonstrated straight ahead toward Fisher's Hill, Crook put his plan into action. It worked fabulously well, in part because Early had again positioned his unreliable cavalry at the most vulnerable

John Beatty a Union soldier

Confederate Forces

Beatty found camp life both rewarding and a nuisance. It was rewarding to enjoy the weather of the South and to hear the pleasantries of music under moonlit nights. 'The boys are in a happier mood, and a round, full voice comes to us from the tents with the words of an old Scotch song.' Still, it was difficult to keep the men out of trouble. 'The boys, out of pure devilment, set fire to the leaves, and to-night the forest was illuminated.' In August 1862, he wrote 'I am weak, discouraged, and worn out with idleness.' Excessive drinking often brought retribution and insubordination from the soldiers. When Beatty arrested a half-drunk soldier and strapped him to a tree for being insolent, the soldiers reacted scornfully. 'It was a high-handed outrage upon the person of a volunteer soldier,' Beatty observed, and the common soldiers never let their commanders forget they were volunteers. soul 'imagined that he was in hell, thought Dr Seves the devil, and so violent did he become that they...

Ella Washington and the Federal Army

Descendants George Washington

The dreadful Yankees I feel so much fatigued I can scarcely dress What a day of horrors and agony, may I never spend such another The demon of destruction was at our very door, surrounding, swallowing us up in its fearful scenes of strife How can such an army of devils not human beings ever succeed I fancied (though it seems a very ridiculous idea) that there was something almost human in the dying farm animals' screaming voices I was glad when the last had been killed I am feeling physically and mentally oppressed, never found my nerves so shaken, and my courage so tried.

The fortifications of Petersburg 186465

Nicknamed Fort Hell because it was in a hot place opposite the Confederate lines, Fort Sedgwick was an enclosed earthwork with infantry parapets either side of the main battery and numerous bomb-proofs. (Library of Congress) TORT SEDGWICK generally known as TORT HELL Hell's Half Acre Hell's Half Acre TORT SEDGWICK generally known as TORT HELL

The Battle of Gettysburg

Battels Gettysburg Remanings

The assault by Longstreet's Confederates drove Sickles off his new position, and cost the Federal general his leg (after the war, a Congressman once again, Sickles took visiting constituents to the medical museum in Washington to show them his leg bones, donated as an exhibit). General William Barksdale of Mississippi, as fiery an ante bellum politician as Sickles had been, led a dramatic charge into Sickles' line. Southerners swept east and northeast in a wide arc that resulted in bitter fighting across a landscape that became forever famous The Peach Orchard The Wheatfield Devil's Den Little Round Top. The latter position held the key to that sector of the battlefield, looking down on the others and also commanding Cemetery Ridge to the north. After a desperate struggle, Confederates from Texas and Alabama receded from the crest of the hill, leaving a ghastly harvest of prostrate comrades behind them. As darkness fell, the Federals held the

Eliza Frances Andrews Describes the Destruction Visited upon Georgia by William Tecumseh Shermans Troops 1864

Signs of pillage, and on every plantation we saw the charred remains of the gin-house and packing-screw, while here and there, lone chimney-stacks, ''Sherman's Sentinels,'' told of homes laid in ashes. The infamous wretches I couldn't wonder now that these poor people should want to put a rope round the neck of every red-handed ''devil of them'' they could lay their hands on. Hay ricks and fodder stacks were demolished, corn cribs were empty, and every bale of cotton that could be found was burnt by the savages. I saw no grain of any sort, except little patches they had spilled when feeding their horses and which there was not even a chicken left in the country to eat. A bag of oats might have lain anywhere along the road without danger from the beasts of the field, though I cannot say it would have been safe from the assaults of hungry man. Crowds of soldiers were tramping over the road in both directions it was like traveling through the streets of a populous town all day. They were...

The development of an industrial society

Sectional tensions erupted in 1854 when the Kansas-Nebraska Act repealed the Missouri Compromise and allowed the ambiguous concept of 'popular sovereignty' (let the people of the territories decide) to settle the question of whether or not slavery-would exist. When it passed, Illinois Senator Stephen A. Douglas prophesied that the Kansas-Nebraska Act would 'raise a hell of a storm.' Although it opened the landscape for the construction of a transcontinental railroad, it signaled the collapse of the Whig Party, served as a catalyst for the new Republican Party, and was instrumental in the growth of the one-party Democratic South.

Excerpt from I Claim the Rights of a Man Henry McNeal Turners speech before the Georgia State Legislature

Speaker Before proceeding to argue this question upon its intrinsic merits, I wish the members of this House to understand the position that I take. I hold that I am a member of this body. Therefore, sir, I shall neither fawn nor cringe before any party, nor stoop to beg them for my rights. Some of my colored fellow members, in the course of their remarks, took occasion to appeal to the sympathies of members on the opposite side, and to eulogize their character for magnanimity. It reminds me very much, sir, of slaves begging under the lash. I am here to demand my rights and to hurl thunderbolts at the men who would dare to cross the threshold of my manhood. There is an old aphorism which says, fight the devil with fire, and if I should observe the rule in this instance, I wish gentlemen to understand that it is but fighting them with their own weapon. you have Am I susceptible of eternal development, as you are Can I learn all the arts and sciences that you can Has it ever been...

The ABiH Main Attack April 1993

Tensions were high throughout central Bosnia on April 15, 1993. Resent- 83 ment over the ABiH's January probing attacks and the increasing number of clashes between Muslims and Croats had created an atmosphere of fear, hatred, and distrust heightened by the kidnapping on April 13 of four officers from the HVO Stjepan Tomasevic Brigade in Novi Travnik, apparently by Muslim extremists. The ABiH blockaded the Novi Travnik-Gornji Vakuf (Uskoplje) road, the main supply route to Herzegovina, on April 14, and at 7 15 on the morning of the fifteenth, Zivko Totic, commander of the HVO Jure Francetic Brigade, was kidnapped near his headquarters in Zenica during a brutal attack that left his four bodyguards and a bystander dead. That afternoon, Lt. Col. Bob Stewart, commander of the British UNPROFOR battalion stationed in the Lasva Valley, traveled to Zenica for a meeting with Muslim, HVO, ECMM, UNHCR, and International Red Cross representatives regarding the Totic kidnapping. The meeting was...

The battles for Chattanooga

Hadzi Prodans Rebellion

With Union plans stymied, Grant directed Thomas to order his men forward. The Union commander hoped that if men from the Army of the Cumberland seized the first row of rifle pits, it would draw Confederate reinforcements from the flanks and assist Sherman and Hooker. To the shock of both Grant and Thomas, who were standing together, soldiers in the Army of the Cumberland not only crashed through the first line of defense, they kept on going. An annoyed Grant asked who gave that order, saying there would be 'hell to pay.' Thomas admitted knowing nothing. As the defenders fell back, the Yankee troops pursued so closely that Rebels higher up the slope could not fire for fear of shooting their own men. Confederates, moreover, had chosen their primary line on the actual, not the military, crest, which created dead spaces where gunfire could not touch anyone. Federals discovered that as they clambered up the

Requiem

Lange and his six other Eleventh Arcturan Guards 'Mechs looked like they'd been through hell and back again, but they'd finally tracked down the last few stragglers from the Assault Guards' third batt bravo company, and they weren't about to let those Allied 'Mechs get away again, The Assault Guards weren't going to give up easily, though. The Nightstar turned and fired again, this time at Hauptmann Krein's Atlas. Damn I'm out, sir. Even through the static and the rumble of the battlefield, Lange could still hear the anger and disappointment in Krein's voice. Or maybe it was that he knew the man so well. Sonuvabitch musta got my hip. Lange looked to his right and saw Krein's Atlas sprawled out face-down on the ground. Its arms had been blown off earlier in the battle. Short of a recovery crane or two other 'Mechs stopping to help his shattered Atlas up, Krein knew he was finished. Whoever the hell he is, he's got some moves

New Araqon

On the 9th of December, all hell broke loose when Alpha Regiment of the Twelfth Vegan Rangers executed a combat drop in the middle of a thunderstorm right on top of the Third FC's Gary column, Having garrisoned New Aragon since the fall of the Sarna March, General Tom Stancel and his Twelfth Vegan were well acquainted with Finnigan and his methods. Along the march, the Third F-C was quietly securing strategic sites and crossroads, leaving small defense forces behind. Recognizing that, Kirston and Stancel coordinated the surprise attack, one that cost the Third F-C over a third of its forces In casualties and POWs. Further, the Third lost the Initiative,

Emm Hud Politics

DRAKE SUNG that bitch What the has she ever done for us I'll tell ya nothing When has she ever cared about anything but herself and her damn Lyran bankers Never Hell, Victor gave us more concern than she ever did, and he was their high-priestess, or whatever the hell you want to call her The only people who ever gave a damn for us were the Sandovals.

Dim Mo

Col. al-Nahib Brubaker and Bandit groups Beta and Gamma regiments , this is Brubaker Six Danube. I say again, Danube disengage . Converge on grid four-seven by eight-two. Gen. Richardson Brubaker Six, this is Remora Six. Are you insane Belay that order Col. al-Nahib Negative, Remora Six. I've got thirty 'Mcchs on the ground here and what's left of my command is scattered to Hell and back. We're pulling out Gen. Richardson Goddammit, we've got them here They won't last'another hourl Col. al-Nahib Bandit group won't last another five minutes I'm pulling tham out now Gen. Richardson You do what I say when I Shit Blade Six-two, push them against that Union. Tornado flight, I've got a tally on six negative, eight, I say again, eight mike-tangos emerging from the northwest Triumph. You have about sixty seconds. Give me a full spread.

Imprisonment

Morning broke on a scene never to be forgotten. . . . The smoke and glare of fire mingled with the golden beams of the rising sun. . . . The fire was reaching to whole blocks of buildings. . . . Its roar sounded in the ears it leaped from street to street. Pillagers were busy at their vocation, and in the hot breath of the fire were figures as of demons contending fighting for prey.

Clan Wolf Attack

The inter-Clan warring ended in late June when both Khans realized they could not afford to keep the tempo of operations up without further opening each other up to other enemies, including the Star Adders, Hell's Horses, the Diamond Sharks, or even the Snow Ravens, all of which had units either in the Periphery or actually operating within the Clan OZs at that time.

Peshtigo

The locus of the tragedy was Peshtigo. Before its immolation Peshtigo was a woodworking town of 2,000 dependent on the bounty of the nearby forests. On the night of October 8, a forest fire propelled by high winds swept through the town, turning it in a matter of minutes into a raging inferno. Brick buildings exploded, people's clothing burst into flames, and trees were consumed down to their roots. Even the river running through the center of town offered no refuge as the heat was so intense it sucked the oxygen out of the air and cooked anything above water.Those citizens who lived to see the dawn on October 9 forever remembered their ordeal as a night of hell. As for Peshtigo, it had been wiped off the map.Yet the nation's attention and sympathy focused on Chicago, so much so that the governor of Wisconsin had to beg for medical and other forms of aid for the Peshtigo survivors. It was not until weeks later that the full story of the night Peshtigo died was relayed across the...

All The Primes Irer

I can understand that it was tough growing up in the Royal Palace. But he's not a general. He's barely a battalion commander, and it shows in the way he fights. He has no concept of logistics, no idea how to actually maneuver a regiment, or heaven forbid, anything larger in battle. All he does is jump in his 'Mech and lead his men out to destroy something. Hell, if he was one of my battalion commanders, I'd probably be happy as a clam. Just point him at something and tell him to kill. He's good at that. But if he didn't have that Daishi, he would have been dead years ago.

Alabama

Held a council of war and questioned his corps commanders as to the feasibility of a retreat. Hell.' Thomas replied, this army can't retreat.' Impressed by the resolve of his subordinates, Rosecrans decided to stay and fight. Fifty miles (80km) south of Vicksburg, Bruinsburg, Mississippi, provided Grant with the ideal place to ferry his army across the river. Although the Confederates frustrated the initial crossing, on 30 April Grant had his army back in Mississippi poised to strike. To divert attention from his main force and to destroy Confederate supplies, Grant would need some help. Rosecrans kept Bragg sufficiently busy in Tennessee, so he could not send reinforcements to Pemberton's aid. 'Old Rosy' accomplished this by setting out on what became the Tullahoma campaign. Sherman was ordered to demonstrate against the high bluffs north of Vicksburg and would then catch up to the main force. Grant also ordered raids against the Confederates' logistics bases. One of the most...

United States

Scholars and military experts have posited a host of reasons why the Confederacy lost. Immediately after the war, a prominent Virginia journalist and numerous military leaders blamed Southern defeat on Jefferson Davis's incapacity as commander-in-chief. Hatred of Davis motivated most of these early critics. Later scholars who attributed Rebel defeat to Davis lacked the hatred of that earlier generation. They derived their criticism of Davis largely by comparing him with Lincoln. Yet all American presidents pale whenever they are juxtaposed with Lincoln, and recent military historians and biographers of Davis have demonstrated clearly that, despite some weaknesses, Davis was certainly a competent commander-in-chief. Other students of the Civil War have argued that internal dissension undid the Confederacy, or that Southern whites lost the will to resist. But by comparison, dissension in the North was at least as powerful, and every nation that Selected scholars have argued that the...

Firemen Zouaves

Regiment Zouaves

This tough-looking character is Corporal Francis E. Hrownell, the Fire Zouave who gunned down Colonel Mhwortji J killer, James Jackson, in nn Alexandria tavern. This photo may have been taken before the incident, though, as later photos show BrowneII wearing a black armband in mourning jor his dead commander. Just visible under Browne H's jacket is his hell bearing the word This tough-looking character is Corporal Francis E. Hrownell, the Fire Zouave who gunned down Colonel Mhwortji J killer, James Jackson, in nn Alexandria tavern. This photo may have been taken before the incident, though, as later photos show BrowneII wearing a black armband in mourning jor his dead commander. Just visible under Browne H's jacket is his hell bearing the word

Wave three

What followed was nineteen hours of hell as the two forces battered each other, the constant pressure of the Arcturan 'Mech regiment and its impressive fighter support costing the 244th almost a third of its strength. In a desperate attempt to slow the Arcturan advance, Prince Victor engaged the Loyalist commander, Colonel Linda McDonald, in an impromptu duel. Victor's Daishi outclassed his opponent's King Crab but it was a hard fought engagement, ending when a combination ot damage and the mayhem of the battlefield swepl the combatants apart.

Biographies

Bragg was assigned to the artillery and saw service in the Seminole and Mexican Wars, acquiring a reputation as sharp-tempered and disagreeable with his fellow officers and something of a martinet with his men. As a light artillery battery commander at the battle of Buena Vista (22-23 February 1847), he gained fame when commanding general Zachery Taylor ordered him to Double-shot your guns and give them hell - a quotation which reached the general public as, A little more grape, Captain Bragg. Despite their service together in this batde Bragg and Jefferson Davis did not get along, and Bragg fought every attempt Davis made when Secretary of War to improve the army's artillery. Bragg, then a lieutenant-colonel, finally went to Washington in December 1855 to convince Davis of his errors when he verbally offered his resignation

Axton

HELL IUCflRnflTE What the hell have I done How the hell did I get myself Into this I've been a good officer. A good commander. I haven't rocked the boat and I haven't made any dumb-ass comments to the press. I've done what I've been told to do, but I haven't let my orders blind me to what should be done.

Stephen Horsey

Democracy for the 16th of August, to take some expression against the draft, and to give instructions to the delegates who were to attend the Chicago (Democratic National) Convention to be held on the 29th of August, On my declining to call a mass meeting Dodd then made application to Joseph E. McDonald (Democratic candidate for the Governorship of the State of Indiana,) to urge him to induce me to call a mass meeting, but I declined to do it. I went to see Mr. Joseph E. McDonald and talk the matter over with him This on the 4th of August. I told Mr. McDonald all that Mr. Dodd had told me. and the circumstances under which he had told me. We talked the matter over some time, and finally came to the conclusion that we would sleep over it. At 9 o'clock at night 1 started to my office, and met Mr. Michael G. Kerr on Washington Street. He seemed very much excited, and told me the devil was to pay in Washington, Harrison, and Floyd Counties, and that the neighborhood had got the idea that...

Hussars

After the battle of Gettysburg, the Union began to get increasingly war weary. In October 1863, President Lincoln issued a call for new regiments and the New Jersey authorities hit upon a brilliant idea to speedily attract recruits into one of the State's new cavalry regiments. The 3rd New Jersey Cavalry was called the 1st United States Hussars and recruits were promised a special hussar uniform, unlike any others worn in the Union army. Originally recruited by European armies, the attitude of devil-may-care hussar units with their colourful uniforms had won them an even greater reputation than lancers and recruits anxious to be dashing hussars were not slow to fill the ranks of the 3rd New Jersey Cavalry.

Inarcs

The Regulars' first battalion landed near Utopia, hoping to seize the capital in a lightning thrust, but almost immediately found their position under pressure by Lancer armor and infantry. Ill-coordinated and scattered from the drop, the Regulars were unable to mount an effective resistance against the assault and. when General Scarlett was killed by a gauss-rifle shot from a Lancer Devastator, broke under the pressure and fled across the continent of Devil's Island to their emergency rendezvous point. Second battalion's insertion went little better, their descent harassed by a mix of aerospace and conventional fighters. No sooner had they landed than they too came under fire from armor and VTOLs, though they battled against the firestorm and eventually rallied a force of two com panies. However, as soon as this force advanced from its LZ it came under heavy and sustained artillery bombardment and, combined with armor and 'Mech attacks against their flanks, Kommandant Lee Faulks...

Miserable Failures

Although it had little strategic importance other than as a blockade-running port, Charleston was the seat of the great wickedness that has befallen our country. The insolent, conceited, unreasonable, and arbitrary author of all our national troubles made an obvious target. In early June 1862, Fox wrote, the fall of Charleston is the fall of Satan's Kingdom. 3

John Beatty a Union

Beatty found camp life both rewarding and a nuisance. It was rewarding to enjoy the weather of the South and to hear the pleasantries of music under moonlit nights. 'The boys are in a happier mood, and a round, full voice comes to us from the tents with the words of an old Scotch song.' Still, it was difficult to keep the men out of trouble. 'The boys, out of pure devilment, set fire to the leaves, and to-night the forest was illuminated.' In August 1862, he wrote 'I am weak, discouraged, and worn out with idleness.' Excessive drinking often brought retribution and insubordination from the soldiers. When Beatty arrested a half-drunk soldier and strapped him to a tree for being insolent, the soldiers reacted scornfully. 'It was a high-handed outrage upon the person of a volunteer soldier,' Beatty observed, and the common soldiers never let their commanders forget they were volunteers. soul 'imagined that he was in hell, thought Dr Seyes the devil, and so violent did he become that they...

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