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Author Topic: Zouaves of the South To Arms!  (Read 3069 times)

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Offline Johnnyreb6

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Zouaves of the South To Arms!
« on: September 29, 2008, 12:03:08 AM »
ATTENTION!!!
MEN OF THE RED AND BLUE!!!


The Officers and Men of
Company H of the 17th New York Veteran Volunteers
Are looking for a Good, Honest, and Determined Men to

ENLIST NOW

This Regiment was selected, 1st because it will take me at once where I can be useful; 2nd because its reputation for courage, based on actual test, assures me against being disgraced; 3rd because the class of men comprising it is much better than the average?

We are a Civil War Reenacting Group with members in Georgia & the Carolina?s and any and all persons, male or female are welcome in our ranks

For More information on how to Enlist contact:
CAPTAIN KENNETH H. ROBISON, Johnnyreb6@aol.com
SERGEANT A.J. LAMB, zouave_sergeant@yahoo.com
CORPORAL MATTHEW WILBANKS, csa_cowboy_mw@lycos.com

WHY SHOULD ONE ENLIST IN THE ZOUAVES???

?For bold and daring enterprises, for pluck and courage, for elasticity of spirit and gaiety of disposition, for energy and agility, and above all, for skill and address in stratagem and in marauding exploits, there are no soldiers in the world like the Zouaves, who form at once the terror of their foes and the admiration of their associates and allies.
- Captain, "Palmetto Riflemen" & "New York Zouaves."
- Commander, Charles Devens Jr. Camp No. 10, Sons of Union Veterans.
- President, Micah J. Jenkins Camp No. 164, Sons of Spanish American War Veterans.

"There?s no use dodging. You will be hit when your body and bullets are at the same place at the same time?.?
Captain Henry J. Reilly, Battery F, 5th U.S. Artillery, 1898.