General William Dorsey Pender, one of the most promising officers in the Confederate Army. Mortally wounded by a shell fragment on the second day at Gettysburg. Died on July 1863 when an artery ruptured and surgeons tried to amputate his leg.
Amazing American Civil War Photos Turned Into Glorious Color
Major General Patrick Ronayne Cleburne Killed at the Battle of Franklin, his ghost is believed to still haunt the battlefield.
Lauchert, Meinrad von - Major General, Germany*-+Commander of Panzer Regiment- Portrait in Uniform - 1941- Photographer: Presse-Illustrationen Heinrich Hoffmann, P.K. Eckart- Published by: 'Berliner Morgenpost', supplement 'Volk im Bild' 43/1941Vintage property of ullstein bild - pin by Paolo Marzioli
"The most famous of the dozens of young drummer boys was Johnny Clem of Newark, Ohio He went to war at the age of ten. Clem made the army a career, and he retired in 1916 with the rank of major general after 55 years of service. He died in San Antonio, TX