Battlefield Dispatches No. 233: ‘Killed on the Spot, Night Attacks and Deadly Pursuit’

Guerrilla Warfare in any war is violent, vicious and quick and this was especially true in Missouri and Kansas during the Civil War. Enemy soldiers were often “Killed on the Spot” and not taken prisoner and the attacks occurred night and day, whenever the opportunity presented itself. If an attack failed, it could result in a deadly fatal pursuit of the guerrillas by a relentless foe.

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