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Pablo Araneta, tired of generalship without glory, surrendered to the Americans on December 31, 1899.
One would be unwilling to press a certain lack of enthusiasm for their King, or a suspicion of inadequate generalship.
Generalship there was not; every baron and his knights fought his own little battle with the hordesmen confronting.
GOD WILLS IT!WILLIAM STEARNS DAVIS
Garibaldi's bad generalship and bad temper shortened a resistance, that was hopeless from 137 the first.
At first he made mistakes in generalship, but his military skill grew with his experience.
Acosta implies that the failure resulted from Tizoc's cowardice or bad generalship.
Basiliscus, rebellion against Zeno, 71 et seq.; bad generalship of, 98.
THEODORIC THE GOTHTHOMAS HODGKIN
His generalship and the natural strength of the position proved more than a match for Montgomery and Arnold.
THE CANADIAN DOMINIONOSCAR D. SKELTON
And yet many military men, who were present, regard it as a master-piece of Generalship.
As the evening wore on I told her the events of the day, dwelling admiringly upon Craig's generalship.
BLACK ROCKRALPH CONNOR

WORDS RELATED TO GENERALSHIP

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