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Noun1.George Edward Pickett - American Confederate general known for leading a disastrous charge at Gettysburg (1825-1875)George Edward Pickett - American Confederate general known for leading a disastrous charge at Gettysburg (1825-1875)
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is a quote attributed to General George Pickett when asked after the Civil War why the Confederate Army was defeated at the Battle of Gettysburg.
George Pickett in the Battle of Five Forks in Virginia.
George Pickett, MD, MPH, who took the helm as APHA president in 1976, died in September.
The Union charge at Chattanooga comes to mind, though merely as an example, for inevitability completely failed George Pickett at Gettysburg and the Light Brigade in the Crimea.
Like George Pickett, who is reputed to have responded to a question about why the South lost the Civil War that he always thought the Yankees had something to do with it, Goldsworthy recognizes the barbarian invasions of the fifth century as the ultimate proximate cause.
As the subtitle indicates, prominent goats included both George Armstrong Custer and George Pickett, but there were many more goats than these two famous leaders.
Captain George Pickett (later of Civil War fame), who led in the American Army to protect their countryman.
The players in this battle included many soldiers who later rose to fame during the Civil War, such as George Pickett.
The turning point in the battle was the advance of 13,000 infantry led by George Pickett across open ground towards Cemetery Ridge under withering artillery fire, which resulted in 50 per cent losses.
2) Malborough's battles: Blenheim (1704), Ramillies (1706), Oudenarde (1708) and Malplaquet (1709) 3) Captain George Pickett, of Gettysburg fame.
George Pickett was brutally repulsed and "Pickett's Charge" became known as the high-water mark of the Confederacy.