By Jean-Paul Pallud
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T. Barnum’s American Museum. The fires did not amount to much. There was no panic. There was no uprising. The last known Canadian sabotage operation came in December 1864. John Beall, who had failed to seize the Michigan, vainly tried three times to derail Union trains as they passed near Buffalo. Some of these trains carried Confederate prisoners. As he was heading back to Canada after the third attempt, he was arrested. Tried and convicted as a spy and a guerrilla, Beall was hanged on February 24, 1865.
He returned to battle for a short time, but he was still too weak for battle and was given a medical discharge. Beall made his way to Canada, where he briefly discussed covert plans with Confederate agents there. He next appeared in the Chesapeake Bay, leading two small vessels on raids against Union supply ships. He and his guerrilla band also cut a Union telegraph cable, blew up a lighthouse, and captured several ships. One of them was a ship carrying supplies to a Union force at Port Royal, South Carolina.
In 1992, the Agency commemorated the anniversary of the battle with a ceremony at Headquarters. “We feel a strong tie to the soldiers of Cedar Creek,” said Robert M. Gates, Director of Central Intelligence. ” He noted that Confederate Major General John Gordon had personally gathered intelligence as he stood at the summit of Massanutten Mountain and observed the Union troops gathering in the valley below. “He pinpointed the location of Union trenches and artillery positions,” Gates said. “he saw the weakness in the Union’s left flank.
Ardennes 1944 Peiper And Skorzeny by Jean-Paul Pallud