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" He must do this; for should he permit u# to occupy Richmond, his destruction can be averted only by entirely defeating us in a battle, in which he must be the assailant. This movement, if successful, gives us the capital, the communications, the supplies... "
Letter of the Secretary of War, Transmitting Report on the Organization of ... - 第 47 頁
George Brinton McClellan 著 - 1864 - 242 頁
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Proceedings of the Massachusetts Historical Society, 第 50 卷

Massachusetts Historical Society - 1917
...position, in order to hasten to cover Richmond and Norfolk. He must do this ; for should he permit us to occupy Richmond his destruction can be averted only by entirely defeating us in battle in which he must be the assailant. This movement, if successful, gives us the capital, the communications,...
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The War of the Rebellion: A Compilation of the Official Records of the Union ...

United States. War Department - 1881
...Manassas, in order to hasten to cover Richmond and Norfolk. He must do this ; for should he permit us to occupy Richmond; his destruction can be averted only by entirely defeating us in battle, in which he must be the assailant. This movement, if successful, gives us the capital, the...
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The War of the Rebellion: A Compilation of the Official Records of the Union ...

United States. War Department, Fred Crayton Ainsworth - 1881
...Manassas, in order to hasten to cover Richmond and Norfolk. He mnst do this ; for should he permit us to occupy Richmond; his destruction can be averted only by entirely defeating us in battle, m which he must be the assailant. This movement, if successful, gives ns the capital, the communications,...
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Antietam and the Maryland and Virginia Campaigns of 1862 from the Government ...

Isaac Winter Heysinger - 1912 - 322 頁
...Manassas in order to hasten to cover Richmond and Norfolk. He must do this ; for should he permit us to occupy Richmond, his destruction can be averted only by entirely defeating us in battle, in which he must be the assailant. This movement, if successful, gives us the capital, the...
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How the North Won: A Military History of the Civil War

Herman Hattaway, Archer Jones - 1991 - 762 頁
..."beat us in a position selected by ourselves," he explained, or abandon Richmond, which would give "us the capital, the communications, the supplies of the rebels. Norfolk would fall, the waters of the Chesapeake would be ours, all Virginia would be in our power, and the enemy forced...
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The Seven Days: The Emergence of Lee

Clifford Dowdey - 1993 - 380 頁
...the east," where he would be struck "when least prepared." If successful, the operation would yield "the capital, the communications, the supplies of...would be in our power and the enemy forced to abandon North Carolina and Tennessee." To achieve this objective, McClellan planned to establish a naval supply...
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Combined Operations in the Civil War

Rowena Reed - 1993 - 468 頁
...of the Centreville entrenchments to recover it. "He [Johnston] must do this; for should he permit us to occupy Richmond, his destruction can be averted only by entirely defeating us in battle, in which he must be the assailant." If Johnston chose not to fight for the capital, "Norfolk...
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LIFE AND CAMPAIGNS OF GENERAL ROBERT E. LEE.

JAMES D. McCABE - 1870
...Manassas, in order to hasten to cover Richmond and Norfolk. He must do this ; for, should he permit us to occupy Richmond, his destruction can be averted...assailant. This movement, if successful, gives us theCapital, the communications, the supplies of the Rebels, Norfolk would fall | all the waters of...
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Congressional Serial Set

1882
...Mauassas, in order to hasten to cover Richmond and Norfolk. Ho must do this; for should he permit ns to occupy Richmond; his destruction can be averted only by entirely defeating us in battle, iu which he must bo the assailant. This movement, if successful, gives us the capital, the...
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