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Kill-Cavalry: The Life of Union General Hugh Judson Kilpatrick

by Samuel J. Martin

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Nicknamed 'Kill-Cavalry', cavalry commander Hugh Judson Kilpatrick was also the most notorious scoundrel in the Union army. Kilpatrick lied, thieved, and whored his way through the Civil War, yet managed to attain the stars of a major general. This biography profiles one of the most interesting soldiers to wear Union blue.… (more)

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Nicknamed 'Kill-Cavalry', cavalry commander Hugh Judson Kilpatrick was also the most notorious scoundrel in the Union army. Kilpatrick lied, thieved, and whored his way through the Civil War, yet managed to attain the stars of a major general. This biography profiles one of the most interesting soldiers to wear Union blue.

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