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A. P. Hill

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About A. P. Hill

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  1. Favorite Commander Choices

    David Greenspan did a fantastic job with his artistry.
  2. Android game war of colony using UGCW footage

    @Nick Thomadis hope you see this.
  3. MG level CSA Campaign

    @Sinjen ^^^ assuming left to right is from the attacking perspective and not the defensive positions.
  4. Infantry Guide to UG:CW

    Ah, ye old Sunken Lane, A.K.A. Bloody Lane at Antietam.
  5. Game Still Won't Open, all proposed solutions attempted

    When Task Manager displays the game as running, click on the game and tell Task Master to "End Program". Also with the updates, depending on what they are, and I think the Visual C++ requires it, you need to "Restart" your computer immediately after to allow the programs to take effect. Personally, I do a cold boot. Take your computer to a completely dark and cold state, (as in turn it completely off,) then re-start the computer after it has sat for a minute or so to allow all electronic retention to drain. Also may be an idea that you go to steam, and uninstall the program, then go to your steamapps folder and find the UGCW folder in the common folder, and delete all the remaining stuff there. Then go back to steam and reinstall. After that, you can attempt a verification process from steam as well. Good Luck.
  6. Lee would come to miss Jackson very much. What was said to Ewell regarding all 3 days would have sufficed to set Jackson on fire and he would have mopped up. BUT ... that's a speculation topic that's been around since 1863. Ewell required more direct orders unlike Jackson who just required a hint at what Lee wanted done. OF COURSE ... if you really wanted to point fingers ... A. P. Hill could also probably be blamed for the whole event ... Lee told him, he didn't want a general engagement brought on, they were in unfamiliar territory, Stuart and his cavalry were no where to be found, those mounted that Stuart left with Lee and the Army were not up to the task needing done. Like Mechanicsville in 1862, Hill would prove to be a bit impetuous. He could have held Heth back, but instead he kept feeding units into the fray. All said and done, Gettysburg was a major failing of the Army of Northern Virginia's entire command structure. All of the primary players had problems.
  7. River Crossing on Legendary

    The thing I find about this battle, being early enough in the campaign is the following: First, while the map that's being used is in fact the Gaines' Mill map, it's not so far from being accurate as to a river crossing. As the union troops had to cross this area most likely to get to Mechanicsville in the push up the Peninsula. Second, and my biggest peeve about this is that should this been representative of the union ascending the Peninsula to Mechanicsville, the union troops need to be moving right to left and not left to right.
  8. Actually, back in 1991, (hope some of the players here can remember that year,) there was a made for television movie, with the sound stage based in Richmond, Virginia, called "Ironclads". I managed to get on the set and took personal pictures of the full sized reproductions of both the Monitor and the Virginia, more commonly known under the original ship's name, Merrimack.
  9. I play every day as long as there are enough players on the servers. In fact, I was playing it before I stumbled across this gem.
  10. The Andre Awards

    +1
  11. Finished Grand Campaign (CSA)

    Congrats.
  12. UG Civil War’s Future

    I say, revisit this title and incorporate everything that was missed in this effort.
  13. Favorite Commander Choices

    Don't let the name fool you. While it does have picture on practically every page, there's plenty of words as well, and a great education.
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