Beloved— Civil War Schwartz (@GenSchwartz) March 28, 2019
We learned today that many do not approve of the manner in which we eat our hardtack. They dont like our cheese, our pizza nor our pasta
The good news is, the people of St Louis could not begin to care about what those out of our city think of us
Beloved— Civil War Schwartz (@GenSchwartz) April 21, 2019
I told the men tonight, we would not hold back, we would not relent. We would break the Winnipegans very will to live and in the end, General Wheeler of Winnipegs 2nd militia unconditionally surrendered to Gen Pietrangelo on 14th street.
Beloved— Civil War Schwartz (@GenSchwartz) April 13, 2019
Surrender flags waved rapidly tonight we believed we had taken the city but the Villianous Lt Scheifele (French for garbage, quite odd) used the distraction to escape & head south to St Louis
Weve burned Winnipeg took what we could & set for home
General,— DTM (@DanTheMexican47) April 25, 2019
The militia has been fed, bathed, and have returned to complete health. We await new orders. We’ve been told the cowboys from the south are headed north; I believe they call themselves the Stars. We are ready; we are stronger than ever! For Gloria we stand tall!
General,— On to Rd. 2 - Ice❄️Blue❄️Scoop❄ (@4EverBluz) April 24, 2019
I write to inform you that our dearest Mildred and Annabelle have volunteered to scout the Dallas militia! They will attempt to fancy movement plans from the men. Oh, how brave!
We will forward to you any information ascertained.
General-— ~Sarah~ (@SarSings27) April 21, 2019
The sound of your musket firing on target & cutting through the opposition was music to my ears. Gloria! We emerged victorious!!!!
I have procured refreshing beverages & victory dessert at the chuck wagons!!! Huzzah! Let us celebrate before our next mission!
Dispatch confirms that the surviving troops were wiped out near Texarkana after the supply of catfish and cousins ran out.— Tim Biggs (@trbiggs) April 24, 2019
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