Why History Can’t Get Custer Right
In Custer’s day, people had a more nuanced, realistic view of the “boy general.” This changed after Little Bighorn, a shocking Indian military victory that ... with his own legend” and got his men killed. But old-school Samurai warlord Katsumoto ...
George Custer Biography
Custer and all of his men were killed in the battle. An American Army general who famously ... his 210 men to attack a large Indian village on June 25. On the other side of the attack was Sitting Bull, the revered Lakota chief who had originally wanted ...
Custer the golden hair
George Armstrong Custer: golden-haired son of the morning star. Born in Ohio on December 5, 1839, Custer graduated from West Point in 1861 at the bottom of his class. Ironically, Custer, who would become the youngest general in the Union Army narrowly ...
Fox News: ‘Obama Praises Indian Chief Who Killed U.S. General’
also says that the Lakota chief “spoke out and led his people against many policies of the United States government. He is most famous for his stunning victory in 1876 over Lieutenant Colonel George Armstrong Custer in the Battle of the Little Bighorn.”
Larry McMurtry on the Villainous Custer and the Myths of the West
Larry McMurtry, author of ‘Lonesome Dove,’ captures one of the West’s greatest villains, General Custer ... his touring Wild West Show called “Custer’s Last Rally.” Several of the performers playing the Indians who fought against Custer ...