Two Germans in the Civil War: The Diary of John Daeuble and the Letters of

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If a full company is needed for some easy service, e.g., Provost-Guard, a German company is never taken. If an entire company is required for rough service, e.g., several days or several weeks as Train-Guard, a German company will be ordered whenever possible. As this happens on a company basis, so it happens to individuals in the mixed companies. As a rule, the German has to wade through the mud, while the American walks on the dry road. The German is a Dutch soldier and as a Dutchman he is, if not despised, is ...

Two Germans in the Civil War: The Diary of John Daeuble and the Letters of 2004, Univ Tennessee Press

ISBN-13: 9781572332799

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