Tag: George Michael Neese
We’re in the Thick of It
So, let’s point out the obvious: I didn’t get around to posting last week. I’m sorry for my sake and yours. I have just been in the thick of it, to say the least. To make amends, I’m posting this exciting tale of Pvt. George Michael Neese from September 13, 1863. He was a Confederate…
Enemies Can Pass Notes & Barter!
I’ve heard stories before of enemies acting cordial with one another during times of war. It typically happens when fighting has stopped for the day and both sides desire momentary rest from the constant grind of battle. Perhaps in no other war, however, has their been such seemingly pleasant banter between foes as in the…