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Chapter 3: Shiloh the question of surprise; Unfair treatment of Buell and his Army.
s been whether the Union army was surprised at Shiloh; if it was, who was mainly responsible, and ho an very watchful when he afterward encamped at Shiloh.
And yet with this important fact ascertained nce of the guard-house, a mile and a half from Shiloh, they deployed into line of battle and I await the rebels with a great saving of life.
At Shiloh, for the first time since-General Buell had ob f the Memoirs sat down to write his version of Shiloh he would at least have done bare justice to Ge tead.
The closing portion of his chapter on Shiloh, is chiefly devoted to matters connected with rpose to state the facts about Buell's army at Shiloh, and now he is attempting to perpetuate explod that General Grant made no official report of Shiloh, it is proper to present its formal official m wholly ignored in General Sherman's account of Shiloh.
Says General Grant:
At a late hour in th [2 more...]