Cadet Gray and Butternut Brown: Notes on Confederate by Tom Arliskas

By Tom Arliskas

A ebook that solutions how and why the 2 greatest accomplice armies, the military of Northern Virginia and the military of Tennessee, appeared and dressed the way in which they did within the US Civil battle. modern debts from newspapers, letters and diaries.

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Fretl Corp. ~j,;. "' n' ... ant, 52nd (Ollfordshll1ll light Inlantry 2: Tlredor, Portugu... 3rd Cazador. , 5 tit (2nd Vork,hil1l, West Rlcling) Ughl Infantry • J G INSIGNIA,1803-14 see text commentary tor detail. H in lhe process. Duling lhis action the Light Di\isioll remained in rese e. marching the follo ing Illoming in pursuit of the retreating French. Bv mid· August Wellington and his arlllY had cmcrcd ~bdrid 10 a tumultuous welcome. 1kre the Light Division stayed. while Welling:lOtl un~lLccc"sflllly laid siegl' 10 tht" f(lI"ln:ss of Burgos ulIlii latc October; he' \,,:lS thcll obligcd to withdraw illlo Portugal \et again in the face of the French annies then uniting to allack hi~ di~pc~d forces.

Included a quill' eXllOlordinary happening. 'Considerable di~semion amongsl Lhe officers' led 10 a selies of cOllrts-martial for ofTt"nccs as diverse a~ cmbculcmcnt, duelling, and a list fight between an officer and a ~rge:ult_ These c\'ellts led 10 the cOllll1landcr-in-chicf dcciding that he wOllld havc thc officeN of the 85th dispersed among the OtJICI' regiments of the armv, to be replaced b\ others from regiments as di\-erse as the Dukc of York's Greek ught Infantry, the African Corps and the 3rd Garrison &lItalion_ ~IOSI came from regimenlS of tJlc Line.

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