I have seen that letter on the enternet somewhere or that the second one that I have seen on the enternet.
Another person is putting words Custer mouth. There is a book with Custer last letter in it. True it was written to Libbie. He had written to her about the coming battle. True in the letter he written that he will win against the Indians. But he never bragged about what going happens.
I think that was someone's attempt at humourous writing ... they didn't get Custer's voice *right,* unfortunately. But I find it personally helpful to remember that GAC was the first to laugh at himself ...
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Post by harpskiddie on Sept 16, 2007 11:39:36 GMT -5
Hardly escapes the threshold of the definition of sophomoric, or sophomoronic, humor. It's only funny if the reader has no real idea of Custer or the LBH fights. The day-by-day "journal" of the marches, the title of which I disremember, is much funnier, since it touches on satire.
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