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Viewing Topic "Battle of Brices's Crossroads 1864"
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Posted by: .George Washington I would love to see a CAM book devoted to this battle. It was a great victory of the Confederates led by Forrest against the Union under Sturgis. it is a great shame that the National Park service cares so little only to leave a monument on a one acre ground there. big battle too and one that deserves far more attention!
Posted on: 05/09/2013 03:13:00

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Posted by: Skuylervf
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Joined Date: Thursday, 20 September 2012
I agree that the battle itself if tactically interesting, on a more strategic overview it was that important in the end. It was a delay of the inevitable. I think I would rather see campaigns titles for the civil war further west like the New Mexico Campaign or the Pea Ridge Campaign. I think they are more unusual in the former and more important on the latter. Though I guess as a Northerner I have a different view on Forrest
Posted on: 14/10/2013 07:24:00
Posted by: Mr History again!
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Joined Date: Thursday, 6 August 2020
I love Forrest he rules!
Posted on: 14/09/2013 23:55:00

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