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Beemer's work offers some compelling insights regarding Lew Wallace, the Battle of Shiloh, and the politics of Civil War generalship, but readers may need to study it with an especially critical eye to decide for themselves whom to believe.
On this occasion, Sardar Ayaz Sadiq also sought Saudi and Kazakh support for the Pakistan's Candidate for Secretary Generalship of IPU, Shazia Rafi.
ISLAMABAD -- Speaker, National Assembly of Pakistan, Sardar Ayaz Sadiq has sought Saudi Arabia and Kazakhstan support for the Pakistan's Candidate for Secretary Generalship of Inter-Parliamentary Union IPU.
Ringsiders thought Marquez, coming off the Pacquiao smackdown, would steamroll past Bradley but the Mexican looked lost amid Bradley's dazzling ring generalship.
Tehran -- Iran will not back down in its pursuit of the secretary generalship of oil producer group OPEC, which it jointly founded in 1960, oil minister Bijan Zanganeh was quoted by Mehr news agency.
It is one thing for me, a civilian author, to question the quality of American generalship in Iraq and Afghanistan.
Fuller identified the essential attributes of successful generalship as "courage, creative intelligence and physical fitness.
Wavell in the Middle East 1939-1941; a study in generalship.
Ricks convincingly traces modern failures of generalship to their origins in the interwar period, through World War II, Korea, Vietnam, and Operations Desert Storm, Iraqi Freedom, and Enduring Freedom.
But Qasemi said that was false and Iran was still pushing for the secretary generalship.
The troops are ever willing, the technology remarkable, but first-rate generalship has been hard to come by.
Noted military historians including Sandy Antal and David Curtis Skaggs contributed articles to the journal on such subjects as the Black Hawk War, merchants and militiamen in the Detroit River region, and the generalship of William Henry Harrison (pictured on the cover).