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CA 045 New Hope 4 pm / CSA: BG Giorgio Beacco / USA: MG David Groce

Ends in a draw after 15 turns.

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<font size="5">Sherman's Advance on Atlanta:
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Fighting under the consumate skill of the formidable Federal Lt General Dowling, the Invading forces move to a swift & uncounterable advantage, compelling the Defending Commander, from motives of mercy towards his brave & intrepid soldiers, to yield.

Early as it may be in the contest, time-wise, it would have proved impossible to withdraw in any order or cohesion into Atlanta's inner defensive ring in a way that would've allowed any real defensive stand due to the more advanced Federal penetrations already accomplished & the current advanced placement of large segment of the Defending Army.

Incredible further casualties would inevitably accompanied any such attempt to win a race already lost. The huge number of Confederate Cavalry strength points sacrificed to buy what time was gained, significant numbers of their Artillery, likewise already lost beyond any hope of recovery, in conjuction with the tactical disposition of the Defending Army as already described & the absolute absence of any reserve or reinforcments have sealed the issue's outcome.

My sincere & Heartfelt compliments upon a well-played game & Congratulations, likewise, upon Lt General Dowling's well-deserved & well-earned Major Victory.

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The ACWCO Honey Springs contest between CSA Fld. Lt. Tom Wight and former USA Col. Joseph Meyer has ended in a Major Union Victory after 12 turns.



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ATTENTION ALL YANK OFFICERS::::

the AOAs 2nd inft division has 2 fine officers in need of willing yanks to give them battle in the tourny,, are there none of you who can step up.

FLD LT KLEM awaits at allatoona

COL. welleman awaits at overalls creek

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As there are no Union challengers for the Overall's Creek scenario, I am willing to switch to the Nashville scenario, as there is a Union challenger and no Reb player


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Sir,

I am sorry to inform you that our Army was routed in the battle of Nashville after a short but doomed defense. The Yankee invaders were to numerous for our valliant soldiers.

Col Jan Welleman
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Sir,

At the same time, I will try to redeem myself at the Battle of Overall's Creek and I hope my opponent, Lt Col Killeen will do the same so I can exact my bloody revenge upon him.

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Col Jan Welleman
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I will command the Union in the near hopeless battle at CA 119 Allatoona.

MG D. Groce
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2nd Division
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Sir,

I will respond positively to Col Welleman's direct challenge and battle him at Overall's Creek. It will give me great pleasure to pick up where I last left off versus this able rebel tactician.

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Col. Kevin Killeen
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Sir,

Greatly outnumbering the enemy in infantry and cavalry alike, his resistance was useless and we had an easy major victory at Overall's Creek.

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Col Jan Welleman
2nd Bgd, 2nd Div
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It´s a pleasure to inform a CSA Major Victory in Springhill

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MG. E Suárez
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Col. Lajoie,

Sir, I would like to represent the Union at Sunshine Church against Gen Tisdale. A courier is heading for my HQ with the game and should arrive late this week or early next.

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I am happy to report that the Union successfully defended their supplies at CA 119 Allatoona, resulting in a Major victory for Big Blue. Rebs fought well but we had very good ground.

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Only 4 scenarios to be completed.

Sevens Pines may be canceled, the time limit is over and no result so far.

Jonesboro could be a major Union victory as MG Burns is MIA.



Col. Harold Lajoie 2/I/AotM, CSA.
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Sir:

I would like to report that the CSA was able to pull out a Minor Victory at Sunshine Church. We faced a very talent leader on the Union side - John Nash. I wish him the best in the future battles.

Long live the South.

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