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    افتراضي RCT - Lee Surrenders to Grant, 1865


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    Lee Surrenders to Grant, 1865

    Two Viewpoints of the Same Event:
    Lee Surrenders to Grant, 1865
    What General Lee’s feelings were I do not
    know. As he was a man of much dignity, with
    an impassible face, it was impossible to say
    whether he felt inwardly glad that the end
    had fi nally come, or felt sad over the result,
    and was too manly to show it. Whatever his
    feelings, they were entirely concealed from
    my observation; but my own feelings, which
    had been quite jubilant on the receipt of his
    letter, were sad and depressed. I felt like
    anything rather than rejoicing at the downfall
    of a foe who had fought so long and valiantly,
    and had suffered so much for a cause, though
    that cause was, I believe, one of the worst for
    which a people ever fought, and one for which
    there was the least excuse. I do not question,
    however, the sincerity of the great mass of
    those who were opposed to us.
    General Lee was dressed in a full uniform
    which was entirely new, and was wearing a
    sword of considerable value, very likely the
    sword which had been presented by the State
    of Virginia; at all events, it was an entirely
    different sword from the one that would
    ordinarily be worn in the fi eld. In my rough
    traveling suit, the uniform of a private with
    the straps of a lieutenant-general, I must
    have contrasted very strangely with a man
    so handsomely dressed, six feet high and of
    faultless form. But this was not a matter that
    I thought of until afterwards.
    We soon fell into a conversation about old




    army times. He remarked that he remembered
    me very well in the old army; and I told
    him that as a matter of course I remembered
    him perfectly, but from the difference in our
    rank and years (there being about sixteen
    years’ difference in our ages), I had thought
    it very likely that I had not attracted his
    attention suffi ciently to be remembered by
    him after such a long interval. Our conversation
    grew so pleasant that I almost forgot the
    object of our meeting. After the conversation
    had run on in this style for some time, General
    Lee called my attention to the object of our
    meeting, and said that he had asked for this
    interview for the purpose of getting from me
    the terms I proposed to give his army.







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