Wednesday, August 5, 2015
The Third Great Blunder
[General] Hull directed Captain Van Horn to cross to Detroit with two hundred men and go to Brush's relief. This was the third great blunder of the campaign; the loss of the Cuyahoga being the first and the failure to capture Malden the second.
If Brush's two hundred men were in peril would not Van Horn's two hundred men be in equal peril in going to their relief? [Source - links added]