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When asked during his brief tenure at Washington College which Civil War general showed the greatest capacity for military genius during the recently concluded War Between the States, Robert E. Lee (1807 1870) lost no time in naming rebel General Nathan Bedford Forrest (1821 1877) as the commander who best fit that description. In the attached article from Confederate Veteran Magazine his reasoning was explained:

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If the Soviet Union had made good on their plan to invade the United States, the descendents of Robert E. Lee would have hated Stalin's plan for occupying the American South...

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Robert E. Lee's Favorite General (Confederate Veteran, 1930)

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