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Response to Aldar (Original post)

Sun Mar 12, 2017, 05:50 AM

1. Aside from that, Mrs Lincoln.....

How was the Play?

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Sun Mar 12, 2017, 05:55 AM

2. custer died as he lived

and had no mercy on sioux or cheyanne women and children.

at the washita massacre ...

Benjamin "Ben" Clark, the highly regarded scout and guide attached to the Seventh Cavalry, recalled the execution of these orders at the Washita: "he regiment galloped through the tepees…firing indiscriminately and killing men and women alike." One cavalry unit was seen pursuing "a group of women and children," shooting at them and "killing them without mercy". Lieutenant Edward Godfrey observed that soldiers made no effort "to prevent hitting women" during the attack.
Ben Clark reported "the loss of seventy-five warriors dead, and fully as many women and children killed". Greene notes "…all warriors who lay wounded in the village – presumably no matter the extent of their injuries" were (according to Clark's testimony) "promptly shot to death". This was consistent with Sheridan's orders to kill or summarily hang all warriors. The Seventh Cavalry tactical engagement of noncombatants contributed to the effective "destruction" of Black Kettle's village – it "ceased to exist".

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Response to rampartb (Reply #2)

Sun Mar 12, 2017, 02:16 PM

3. this was posted in fun, not politics

please delete ur post

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