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General Sherman


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  • On the 24th General Sherman made an attack for the purpose of carrying the north end of Missionary Ridge.

    She Makes Her Mouth Small & Round & Other Stories

  • Brigadier General Sherman Miles, Army Chief of Intelligence, testified to the Joint Congressional Investigation that he received the message at 12:45 A.M. November 26, 1941.


  • For US Navy ceasing to send decoded and translated Japanese intercepts acquired in Washington DC to Hawaii in July 1941, see testimony of Brigadier General Sherman Miles in PHPT 2, pp.


  • I gladly told him yes, if General Halleck would let me go; but I was doomed to disappointment, for in about a week or so afterward General Sherman informed me that the Governor of Ohio would not consent, having already decided to appoint some one else.

    She Makes Her Mouth Small & Round & Other Stories

  • Major General Sherman Locke was conferring with two other generals at the other end of the trailer.

    The Ark

  • Well knowing the zeal and emphasis with which General Sherman would present his views, there again came into my mind many misgivings with reference to the movement of the cavalry, and I made haste to start for Grant's headquarters.

    She Makes Her Mouth Small & Round & Other Stories

  • Washington, DC intelligence officials who admitted seeing the spy reports included Captain Theodore Wilkinson, Director of Naval Intelligence, and Brigadier General Sherman Miles, US Army intelligence; see their testimony in chapter 7 herein.


  • After the troops from Chattanooga arrived in the vicinity of Knoxville and General Sherman had returned to Chattanooga, the operations in East Tennessee constituted a series of blunders, lasting through the entire winter; a state of affairs doubtless due, in the main, to the fact that the command of the troops was so frequently changed.

    She Makes Her Mouth Small & Round & Other Stories

  • Very early the next morning, while I was still in bed, General Sherman came to me and renewed the subject of my joining him, but when he saw that I was unalterably opposed to it the conversation turned into other channels, and after we had chatted awhile he withdrew, and later in the day went up the river with the President,

    She Makes Her Mouth Small & Round & Other Stories

  • On 1 June, 1868, General Sherman concluded a treaty with them by which they were permitted to return.

    The Catholic Encyclopedia, Volume 10: Mass Music-Newman


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