Duke Cigarette Booklets of Civil War Generals

Johnston

General A.S. Johnston

"It has been said of General Albert Sidney Johnston that 'so gifted was he by nature with dignity, and with power over men, that he seemed born to command'."

Lee

General R.E. Lee

"Lord Wolseley, who visited General Lee's headquarters in 1862, subsequently wrote that 'Lee is stamped in my memory as a being apart and superior to all others in every way'."

Pemberton

General J.C. Pemberton

"General Pemberton was of English descent, and belonged to one of the oldest and most respectable of American families."

Ewel

General R.S. Ewell

"General Ewell was a native of Georgetown, District of Columbia, and was born February 8, 1817."

Forrest

General N.B. Forrest

"While to the soldier the value of an education is almost incalculable, bravery and a record of gallant deeds are not always fostered by the training of the mind."

Johnston

General E.J. Johnston

"There was no Confederate commander so remarkable for long foresight and for the exact fulfilment of prophetic words as the subject of this notice."