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Significant Military Leaders

Ulysses S. Grant

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Dodge: Rail king a spy chief in Vicksburg fight  
Ely Parker: Grant staffer straddled Indian and white worlds  
Grant and Anti-Semitism: A paternal theory of Grant's hate  
Grant and Lee: Both had bad days  
Grant and Stanton's teneous relationship  
Grant and Twain's Relationship: Opposites Attract  
Grant fooled, but Lee misses 'Masterstroke'  
Grant get aid from Congress just in time  
Grant memorial evokes the realities of combat  
Grant or Lee: Who was the greater general?  
Grant wins last battle by finishing memoirs  
Grant's Bronze Statue Reveals Courge and Character  
Grant's success in battle attributed to spies  
Grant's total-war strategy: Battle of the Wilderness  
Grant's Waterloo: Cold Harbor  
Grant: Misapplied with 'Corruption' tag  
Grant: The military voyage of Ulysses  
Grant: Untangling a complex life  
Rawlins: 'Inspired profanity' was tool of Grant's aide  
Review: 'Grant' gives clearer view of hero's military and presidential career  
Review: 'Grant' shoots down all attackers of general's genius  
Review: 'Grant' victorious as historical fiction  
Review: 'Where the South Lost the Civil War'  
Review: Evolution of military staffs during war  
Washburne: Lawmaker gives constituent Grant his start  
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