Sharon! Don't hold back! Get that demon out of your system.
Being from deep in Dixie, I probably should highly dislike the young general, but I have to admit he was a fighting machine during the WBTS.
Don't know the full story of what happended at LBH, but seems Custer did not live long enough to tell his side of the story. Rumor is he was sent to fight a battle that he could not win?
Note I said rumor.
I know I'll catch flak for this comment, but CUSTER WAS A PUTZ! He didn't listen to his Indian scouts and got 250+, and himself, wiped out... Arrogant glory-hound! And don't even get me started on... more
In a devil’s advocate defense of of Audey, it’s useful to remember that in addition to Custer, George Washington, U.S. Grant, R.E. Lee, Douglas MacArthur and George S. Patton, while they went down in history... more
Unfortunately for this command, this day was Custer at his worst!!! And, Wayne, we aren't talking about the WBTS, as Eddie calls it, we -- or at least I-- am talking about an arrogant mister who was making... more
One really bad decision Custer made was to leave his company of Light (Horse) Artillery behind. At this time cavalry were still composed of roughly the same TO&E as they were in the Civil War. One... more