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" Talk thus to the marines, but not to me, who have seen these things, and who will this day make as much sacrifice for the peace and honor of the South as the best-born Southerner among you! "
The Rebellion Record: A Diary of American Events, with Documents, Narratives ... - Page 299
edited by - 1868
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Commanding Voices of Blue & Gray: General William T. Sherman, General George ...

Brian M. Thomsen - Biography & Autobiography - 2004 - 390 pages
...will this day make as much sacrifice for the peace and honor of the South as the best born Southerner among you! If we must be enemies, let us be men, and...judge us in due time, and he will pronounce whether it be more humane to fight with a town full of women and the families of a brave people at our back, or...
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Shrouds of Glory: From Atlanta to Nashville: The Last Great Campaign of the ...

Winston Groom - History - 2007 - 320 pages
...to the Marines, but not to me, who have seen these things. Having said all that, Sherman challenged, "If we must be enemies, let us be men, and fight it...in such hypocritical appeals to God and humanity." For a moment, it might have seemed to Hood that Sherman was putting the blame on him personally for...
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The World's Work, Volume 29

1915 - 870 pages
...satisfactorily than the following from a letter from General Sherman to the Confederate General Hood: "If we must be enemies let us be men and fight it...in such hypocritical appeals to God and humanity." An important point to be borne in mind is that what is really part and parcel of warfare is denounced...
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National History of the War for the Union, Civil, Military and ..., Volume 3

Evert Augustus Duyckinck - United States - 1861 - 668 pages
...day make as much sacrifice for the peace and honor of the South, as the best born 404 405 Southerner among you. If we must be enemies, let us be men, and fight it out as we propose to-day, and not deal in such hypocritical appeals to God and humanity. God will judge us in due time,...
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History of the Great Rebellion: From Its Commencement to Its Close, Giving ...

Thomas Prentice Kettell - United States - 1866 - 828 pages
...will this day make as much sacrifice for the peace and honor of the South as the best-born Southerner among you. If we must be enemies, let us be men, and fight it out as we propose to-day, and not deal in such hypocritical appeals to God and humanity. God will judge us in due time,...
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Pacific Medical Journal, Volume 58

Medicine - 1915 - 870 pages
...really did say according to Charles Frederick Carter was, "war is cruelty; and you cannot refine it." "If we must be enemies let us be men and fight it out, as we proposed to do, and not deal in such hypocritical appeals to God and humanity." General Sherman to...
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