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Where Were All the Yankees?

Posted by Bob on August 16th, 2013 under Coaching Session

When Lee surrendered, there were about 25,000 men with him while the Union forces numbered a guesstimate of 150,000.

When I was coming up it was generally assumed that Confederates were outnumbered three to one. Three to one was also at that time the relative strength an army had to have on site to go on the attack.

The total number of men who served in the Confederate Army is pretty well established to have been around 600,000. The comparable number in the Union Army, total men serving, is even better established on the records as 2,200,000.

It was very well established that the Southerners were better soldiers. Even Yankee diaries said so.Image Hosted by

In 1957 the TV series, The Grey Ghost, about Confederate Colonel Mosby, was cancelled because of Little Rock. As Jason keeps noting from his watching of reruns, there was a national media attack on whites in general and Southerners in particular.

Sometimes a TV character who had no accent would be exposed as the villain, and he would start talking in a Southern accent!

And each year, just as the number of Jews killed by Nazis edged steadily upward, the ratio of Union to Confederate troops in each battle went down. Historical estimates say now that the two sides were just about equal in each battle.

While I am still allowed to ask this question without a mandatory prison term, let me ask it:
Where did all those Yankees go? On the record, Union soldiers outnumbered Confederates well over three to one, 2.2 million to 600,000. But from official historical figures, two thirds of those Union troops went totally unused.

Where were the other one and a half million Yankees?

It is time we handled this the Progressive Way: We need a law to jail anybody who asks that question.
[7/30/2013 1:07:15 PM] bobw1830: END

  1. #1 by Harumphty Dumpty on 08/16/2013 - 7:43 pm

    Bedford kilt them yankees! He come back and kilt them all!

  2. #2 by Asgardian117 on 08/16/2013 - 10:56 pm

    Im from the north…did the Yankees have any clue what their actions would lead to? Was there no foresight?

  3. #3 by Jason on 08/17/2013 - 9:09 am

    I just saw an episode of the Rifleman. Lucas McCain had to deal with a vicious ex-confederate who couldn’t let the war go. We have GOT to demonstrate to regular folks that those Old Fashioned pillars of Faith and Values were pushing pure anti-White poison to little children 60 years ago. It sickens me to hear “conservatives” wish for shows like Bonanza again.

    Look at shows like MASH that always showed the liberal doctors putting North Koreans first for medical care and having to deal with the White Bigots who resisted. The throwback Whites were thoroughly humiliated. The White military men were either sadistic killers or otherwise lacked a conscience. The North Koreans were just tired and hungry, and gosh, wouldn’t you feel the same as they did?

    They made you feel sorry for the North Korean Communist and feel contempt and revulsion for the White American men. It was pure anti-Whitism propaganda and they made trillions of dollars off all these shows.

  4. #4 by Simmons on 08/17/2013 - 2:41 pm

    We are commenting on “FASHION” and fashion is the home of weaklings.

    My little bit of advice when you are critiquing fashion is to not sound like a shrieker, because all that does is empower the weaklings.

    DOMINANCE is okay, don’t worry about getting a passing grade from Mommy Prof anymore.

  5. #5 by dungeoneer on 08/17/2013 - 5:07 pm

    It seems Coach might be hinting the Union commanders were keeping their men from the front lines, or the Union soldiers were deserting en masse, from the first glorious war to destroy whites,

    A troubling topic of discussion hiding away in The Silence.

  6. #6 by backbaygrouch on 08/18/2013 - 6:47 am

    US Grant on Col. John Mosby, ” “Since the close of the war, I have come to know Colonel Mosby personally and somewhat intimately. He is a different man entirely from what I supposed. He is able and thoroughly honest and truthful.” Col. Mosby on his friendship with Grant, “There was more vindictiveness shown to me by the Virginia people for my voting for Grant than the North showed to me for fighting four years against him.” Mosby was an avid Republican and had a distinguished career as a political appointee in the half century after the war. But he never apologized for his loyalty to Virginia, “I am not ashamed of having fought on the side of slavery—a soldier fights for his country—right or wrong—he is not responsible for the political merits of the course he fights in … The South was my country.” Puter knows all.

  7. #7 by Bob on 08/18/2013 - 11:39 am

    I knew about Col. Moseby’s Republicanism.
    It is interesting that, with all our generals, only Longstreet betrayed us after the War.

  8. #8 by Bob on 08/18/2013 - 11:45 am

    Jason, I remember the Rifleman episode you refer to (We didn’t have a hell of lot of entertainment in the sand hills.)
    In the last scene he at least respected our flag, “A lot of brave men died under that flag.” I wonder if that’s been removed.
    But the point of all this is to slam it home to any BUGSER who feels he is imposing by putting the Mantra on cartoon show comments or anything else.
    Can you imagine how invaded we felt when they flayed us on television that way, right in our own home?

    • #9 by Jason on 08/19/2013 - 2:22 am

      That’s the episode, good memory! That last scene with the flag is still in there. A lot of the old TV shows were actually WORSE than what is shown today. The anti-Whitism was in full bloom and the country was so White that there was no reality check for most people. It was easy to think Blacks and Browns were just White people with a different paint job.

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