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    Officers club.

    OFFICERS CLUB.

    Dear gentlemen of the glorious Confederate States, I proudly present to you the officers club.
    In here you will hopefully find fellow officers (from all the branches of the Army) that are willing to have a conversation, playing cards, or well; getting a drink.



    Rules:


    • We are gentlemen of the South, and as such we must behave accordingly.
    • No fighting with fellow officers, we are on the same side.
    • No credits (I.O.U)
    • Do not make a fool of yourself, while in uniform.
    • No guns, swords are allowed.
    • No duels inside the club.
    • If someone buys you a drink, return the favor at a later date.
    • Do not disrespect superior officers. Yes, you are in a more relaxed environment, but they are still superiors.



    Now that we have cleared that out of the way, you are ready to go in. Enjoy your stay!



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    I'm there. 8 faces in from the LEFT.

    (sorry made a mistake.)

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    Can anyone name them all?

    I can name a few but not all of them.
    General Lee of course.
    A.P. Hill
    D.H. Hill
    Hood
    and a few others.
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    Jesse S. Crosby, 20th Georgia Infantry, July 15, 1861 - May 6, 1864

    Samuel T. McKenzie, 20th Georgia Infantry, July 15, 1861 - September 2, 1862

    Joseph C. McKenzie, 20th Georgia Infantry, July 15, 1861 - October 1, 1863

    Henry C. McKenzie, 3rd Georgia Infantry, June 1, 1861 - January 28, 1863

    Charles R. Beddingfield, 38th Alabama Infantry

    Samuel L. Cowart, Cobb's Legion

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    Quote Originally Posted by Legion View Post
    Can anyone name them all?

    I can name a few but not all of them.
    General Lee of course.
    A.P. Hill
    D.H. Hill
    Hood
    and a few others.
    Jackson, Longstreet, Joe Johnston, Albert Johnston, Beauregard, Forrest, Gordon, Brag, Polk, Ewell and Early are the ones I can spot apart from your names.

    I don't spot Stuart in there which is a bit of a surprise to me.

    - Trusty

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    Quote Originally Posted by TrustyJam View Post
    ... I don't spot Stuart in there which is a bit of a surprise to me.

    - Trusty
    He was taking the picture.

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    Nice page I like it. This page shall be for officers only

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    I think i got em, from left to right
    Hood, Ewell, Bragg, A. Johnston, Wade Hampton III, K. Smith, Early, A. P. Hill, Stephen D. Lee, Richard H. Anderson, Gordon, Holmes, Hardee, J. Johnston, Buckner, James Longstreet, Polk, Robert E. Lee, Forrest, Beauregard, Jackson, Cooper, i think Stuart in the back, Taylor, Pemberton, and D. H. Hill
    I think i got em
    And gentlemen, I am happy to be considered part of this club. I hope we should all get along.
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    "If we were wrong in our contest, then the Declaration of Independence of 1776 was a grave mistake and the revolution to which it led was a crime. If Washington was a patriot; Lee cannot have been a rebel."

    "I want you to try to teach to your children and to your children's children that ours was not a lost cause. I want you to tell them that we were fighting for the right ..."

    Wade Hampton III



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    Salute

    You had me at drinking, however I will gladly accept this invitation!

    **Drinks on me ya'll**

    For the Officers of the Confederate States, will you continue leading our glorious soldiers into battle and long live Dixie!

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    Welcome welcome my fellow officers! Drinks are on Mr. Massey tonight!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Antonanzas View Post
    Welcome welcome my fellow officers! Drinks are on Mr. Massey tonight!
    Next ones on me!
    "If we were wrong in our contest, then the Declaration of Independence of 1776 was a grave mistake and the revolution to which it led was a crime. If Washington was a patriot; Lee cannot have been a rebel."

    "I want you to try to teach to your children and to your children's children that ours was not a lost cause. I want you to tell them that we were fighting for the right ..."

    Wade Hampton III



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