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 Posted: Fri May 4th, 2007 09:56 pm
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Thank you Susan.

I think that I may have been unclear.  I was wondering, if ASJ had survived his injury, would he have been sufficiently recovered from it to assume command in the east  when Joseph E. Johnston was severely injured?  I think that, if ASJ was sufficiently recovered by then , Pres.Davis would have chosen him (ASJ) to replace J.E. Johnston in the east instead of choosing Robert E. Lee.

If that was the case, would Lee have been sent west?

 

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