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 Posted: Wed Apr 16th, 2008 03:45 pm
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Grumpy Geezer

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Many thanks for that TD. Don't know how it didn't come up on my search. Embarrased also that I never read Profiles In Courage, so I didn't even know Ames was mentioned in it.

I realized that there was some controversy regarding his post-war life, but I do admire his wartime service.

Another great book regarding some of his post-war activities ia one I just finished - "The Bloody Shirt - Terror After Appomattox" by Stephen Busiansky. Thanks again...

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