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GENERAL WILLIAM SHERMAN AUTOGRAPH

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William Tecumseh Sherman was born February 8, 1820 – February 14, 1891, born Tecumseh Sherman, was an American soldier, businessman, educator, and author. He served as a general in the Union Army during the American Civil War (1861–65), receiving both recognition for his outstanding command of military strategy, and criticism for the harshness of the "scorched earth" policies he implemented in conducting total war against the Confederate States. Military historian Basil Liddell Hart famously declared that Sherman was "the first modern general". Sherman served under General Ulysses S. Grant in 1862 and 1863 during the campaigns that led to the fall of the Confederate stronghold of Vicksburg on the Mississippi River and culminated with the routing of the Confederate armies in the state of Tennessee. In 1864, Sherman succeeded Grant as the Union commander in the western theater of the war. He proceeded to lead his troops to the capture of the city of Atlanta, a military success that contributed decisively to the re-election of President Abraham Lincoln. Sherman's subsequent march through Georgia and the Carolinas further undermined the Confederacy's ability to continue fighting. He accepted the surrender of all the Confederate armies in the Carolinas, Georgia, and Florida in April 1865. After the Civil War, Sherman became Commanding General of the Army (1869–83). As such, he was responsible for the conduct of the Indian Wars in the western United States. He steadfastly refused to be drawn into politics and in 1875 published his Memoirs, one of the best-known firsthand accounts of the Civil War.


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Original General William Sherman Autograph, signed on Card Stock. Regular Price - $ 2500.00 / Sale Price - $ 1250.00.


FELIX COUNT LUCKNER AUTOGRAPH

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Felix Graf von Luckner or, Felix, Count Luckner.  Felix was born Dresden, Germany, June 9, 1881, died Malmö, Sweden, April 13, 1966.  He was a German nobleman, navy officer, author and noted sailor who earned the epithet Der Seeteufel (the Sea-Devil) -- and his crew that of Die Piraten des Kaisers (the Emperor's Pirates) -- for his exploits in command of the sailing commerce raider SMS Seeadler (Sea Eagle) in 1916-1917. It was his habit of successfully waging war without any casualties that made him a hero and a legend on both sides. There was only one accidental death during his voyage. He was the great-grandson of Nicolaus von Luckner, Marshal of France and commander-in-chief of the French Army of the Rhine, who had been elevated to count in the 18th century by the King of Denmark. Original Felix Count Luckner Autograph Signed on Card Stock. Felix wrote: By Joe never say die! Felix Count Luckner April 18. 36 Regular Price - $ 159.99 / Sale Price - $ 125.00.


UNION GENERAL PHILIP HENRY SHERIDAN AUTOGRAPH

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Philip Henry Sheridan was born March 6, 1831 – died August 5, 1888.  Sheridan was a career U.S. Army officer and a Union general in the American Civil War. His career was noted for his rapid rise to major general and his close association with Lt. Gen. Ulysses S. Grant, who transferred Sheridan from command of an infantry division in the Western Theater to lead the Cavalry Corps of the Army of the Potomac in the East. In 1864, he defeated Confederate forces in the Shenandoah Valley and his destruction of the economic infrastructure of the Valley, called "The Burning" by residents, was one of the first uses of scorched earth tactics in the war. In 1865, his cavalry pursued Gen. Robert E. Lee and was instrumental in forcing his surrender at Appomattox. Sheridan prosecuted the latter years of the Indian Wars of the Great Plains, tainting his reputation with some historians, who accuse him of racism and genocide. Both as a soldier and private citizen, he was instrumental in the development and protection of Yellowstone National Park.


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Original Philip Henry Sheridan Autograph, Signed on Card Stock. Regular Price - $ 1599.00 / Sale Price - $ 750.00.


MAXIMO GOMEZ AUTOGRAPH

 

Máximo Gómez y Báez was born November 18, 1836 in the Dominican Republic - died June 17, 1905 in Havana, Cuba.  Maximo was a Major General in the Ten Years' War (1868-1878) and Cuba's military commander in that country's War of Independence (1895-1898). Gómez was born in the town of Baní, in the province of Peravia, in the Dominican Republic. When he was a teenager, he joined in the battles against the Haitian invasions of Faustine Soulouque in the 1850's. He was trained as an officer of the Spanish Army at the Zaragoza Military Academy and originally arrived in Cuba as a cavalry officer - a Colonel - in the Spanish Army and fought along side the Spanish forces in the Dominican Annexation War (1861-1865). After the Spanish forces were defeated and fled the Dominican Republic in 1865 by order of Queen Isabel II, many supporters of the Annexionist cause left with them, and Maximo Gomez moved to his family to Cuba in disgrace. He retired from the Spanish Army and took up the rebel cause in 1868, helping transform the Cuban Army's military tactics and strategy from the conventional approach favored by Thomas Jordan and others. He gave the Cuban Mambises their most feared tactic: The "Machete Charge". On October 26, 1868 at Pinos de Baire, Gomez led a Machete Charge on foot, ambushing a Spanish column and obliterating it. The Spanish Army was terrified of these charges because the majority were infantry troops, mainly conscripts, who were fearful of being cut down by the machetes.  Following the death in combat of Major General Ignacio Agramonte y Loynáz in May 1873, Gómez assumed the command of the military district of the province of Camaguey and its famed Cavalry Corps. Upon first inspecting the corps he concluded they were the best trained and disciplined in the Cuban Army. Gómez rose to the rank of Generalísimo of the Cuban Army - a rank akin to that of Captain General or in modern terms that of General of the Army - due to his superior military leadership. He adapted and formalized the improvised military tactics that had first been used by Spanish Guerrilas against Napoleon Bonaparte's Armies into a cohesive and comprehensive system at both the tactical and strategic level. The concept of insurrection and insurgency, and the asymmetric nature thereof can be traced intellectually to him. He was shot in the neck in 1875, while crossing the fortified line or Trocha from Júcaro in the south to Morón in the North; while leading the failed attempt to invade Western Cuba. After that he always wore a kerchief around his neck. His second and last wound came in 1896 while fighting in the rural areas outside Havana while completing a successful invasion of Western Cuba. He was wounded only twice during 15 years of guerilla warfare against an enemy far superior in manpower and logistics.

At the end of the Cuban Independence War in 1898 he retired to a villa outside of Havana. He refused the presidential nomination that was offered to him in 1901, and which he was expected to win unopposed, mainly because he always disliked politics and after 40 years of living in Cuba he still felt that being Dominican-born he should not be the civil leader of Cuba. He died in his villa in 1905 and was interred in the Colon Cemetery, Havana.


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Original Maximo Gomez Autograph, hand signed on business card size card stock. Card reads: M. Gomez Habana 9 Mayo 1899. Regular Price - $ 495.00 / Sale Price - $ 299.00.


CONNECTICUT MILITIA DOCUMENT - ALLEN G. BRADY

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The volunteer companies which made up the Third three months regiment from Connecticut began their organization almost simultaneously with those which made up the First and Second. The original call of President Lincoln, however, only demanded one regiment from Connecticut, but the eagerness of Connecticut men to enlist induced Governor Buckingham to personally intercede with the President for the acceptance of at least three regiments, and this request being granted, the Third Regiment was very soon filled to the maximum. It went into camp at the Fair Grounds on Albany Avenue, in Hartford, on May 9th, and on May 14th was mustered into the United States service, with John Arnold of New Haven, Colonel, Allen G. Brady of Torrington, Lieut.-Colonel, and Alexander Warner of Woodstock, Major. The regiment left Hartford by rail for New Haven, May 23d, receiving its colors from the hands of Governor Buckingham, in front of the State House, in Hartford, when in line for departure, and sailed from New Haven for Washington on the steamer "Cahawba," via Chesapeake Bay and the Potomac. Arriving at Washington, it immediately went into camp at Glenwood, near the First and Second regiments, and was at once brigaded with them under Brigadier-General Dan. Tyler, who had been promoted from the Colonelcy of the First Regiment to the command of the brigade. Colonel John Arnold soon resigned, and Lieut.-Colonel Chatfield of the First Regiment was commissioned by Governor Buckingham as Colonel of the Third Regiment, and, being promptly mustered as such, assumed command. Colonel Chatfield had the advantage of long experience as a militia officer, was an excellent drill-master and disciplinarian, and knew not how to tolerate insubordination in any form. Lieut.-Colonel Brady considered that the commissioning of Colonel Chatfield over himself in the Third Regiment was a violation by the Governor of the current regulations and usages of the State militia, and refused to recognize Colonel Chatfield as his superior. For this insubordination, Lieut.-Colonel Brady was deprived of his sword during the remainder of the three months' term of service, but was honorably mustered out at its close. Lieut.-Colonel Brady's impetuous indiscretion in this instance was most amply atoned for by his subsequent honorable and extremely efficient service in the Seven-teenth Connecticut Volunteers, and in the Veteran Reserve Corps. Brady fought at the Battle of Gettysburg. The Gettysburg Campaign was the battle with the largest number of casualties in the American Civil War and is often described as the war's turning point.


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Close up of Allen G. Brady signature on Connecticut Militia Document. Document states the following: The upper left corner has the connecticutensis Sigillum Reipublice symbol. It starts with: Allen G. Brady, Esquire, Colonel of the Fourth Regiment, Second Bridage, of the Militia of the State of Connecticut. To Albert F. Broken Greeting: Whereas, upon the 29th day of May 1858 you was duty chosen to the office of Sergeant in ***** Company, Fourth Regiment, Second Brigade. Connecticut Militia; Reposing special trust and confidence in you fidelity, courage, care and good conduct, I do by virtue of the Laws of the state, constitute and appoint you to be Third Sergeant of the said Company and as such, to be recognized adn obeyed. You are therefore Carefully and Diligently to discharge that office and trust according to the Rules and Discipline of War, ordained and established by the Laws of this State. And you are to observe all such orders and directions as from time to time you shall receive either from me or from any of you superior Officers, pursuant to the trust hereby reposed in you. Given under my Hand, at Wolcottville, this *** day of September A.D. 1858 Allen G. Brady (there is another signature on the left under the statement Given under my hand - that I can not make out) Any where you see ***** I was unable to deterime what is written. Price - $200.00.


OLIVER NORTH AUTOGRAPHED PHOTO

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Oliver Laurence North was born October 7, 1943 in San Antonio, Texas.  North is most well known for his involvement in the Iran-Contra Affair. Currently, he is an American conservative political commentator, host of "War Stories with Oliver North" on Fox News Channel. He is a 1968 graduate of the United States Naval Academy and was a career officer in the Marine Corps, retiring at the rank of Lieutenant Colonel after twenty years of service. During combat service in Vietnam, he was awarded the Silver Star, Bronze Star and two Purple Heart medals. North was at the center of national attention during the Iran-Contra Affair, during which he was a key Reagan administration official involved in the clandestine sale of weapons to Iran. The sale of these weapons served both to encourage the release of US hostages and to generate proceeds to support the Contra rebel group. Vice Admiral John M. Poindexter and his deputy, Lieutenant Colonel Oliver North secretly diverted to the Nicaraguan Contras millions of dollars in funds received from a secret deal - the sales of anti-tank and anti-aircraft missiles to Iran - in spite of Reagan's public pledge not to deal with the nation. Original Oliver North Autographed Photo. Approx. Size 8 1/2 x 11 Black & White Photo. Printed on Photo The Oliver North Show Heard daily on the Salem Radio Network. Hand written Terrance - Stay tuned ! Oliver North. Regular Price - $ 75.00 / Sale Price - $ 45.00.


ROBERT E. LEE AUTOGRAPH

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Robert Edward Lee was born January 19, 1807 – died October 12, 1870. Robert E. Lee was a career United States Army officer and combat engineer. He became the commanding general of the Confederate army in the American Civil War and a postwar icon of the South's "lost cause." A top graduate of West Point, Lee distinguished himself as an exceptional soldier in the U.S. Army for 32 years. He is best known for having commanded the Confederate Army of Northern Virginia in the American Civil War. In early 1861, President Abraham Lincoln invited Lee to take command of the entire Union Army. Lee declined because his home state of Virginia was, despite his wishes, seceding from the Union. When Virginia declared its secession from the Union in April 1861, Lee chose to follow his home state. Lee's eventual role in the newly established Confederacy was to serve as a senior military adviser to President Jefferson Davis. Original Robert E. Lee Autograph, signed on cut paper. Approx. size 2 x 3 3/8 inches. Regular Price - 5000.00 / Sale Price - $ 3350.00.