GDG- III Corps
pennmardel at mchsi.com
Mon Jan 23 09:47:39 CST 2012
This was going to be a comment on your blog, but I was not sure about the
"select profile" action. What is the purpose of that?
Here is my comment:
Excellent point, and a reminder that this is the eternal struggle for all
mankind. What should we do with our lives, and how should we do it?
It is important, I believe, to read scripture, the lives of the saints, and
other religious-oriented publications to keep ourselves on track. Prayer is
the fuel for staying on track, once we discover what it is we should be
A humbling experience is to read the life of Mother Teresa, who spent her
life caring for the sick, poor and downtrodden. She provides a yardstick to
gauge our own contributions in life.
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Subject: GDG- III Corps
Esteemed GDG Member Contributes:
Here's a question about III Corps.
Before Sickles advanced to the Peach Orchard how was the III Corps arrayed?
Did they actually set up a defensive line II Corps to LRT or did they
remain in marching or column formation?
I've always wondered about that.
"Just the facts, ma'am."
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