Answer: Thomas Jonathan "Stonewall" Jackson (January 21, 1824 - May 10, 1863) was a Confederategeneral during the American Civil War, and one of the best-known Confederate commanders after General Robert E. Lee. ... He excelled as well in other battles: the First Battle of Bull Run (where he received his famous nickname "Stonewall"),Second Bull Run, Antietam, and Fredericksburg.
Answer: Gerard Bull was made plane and smart human Answer Gerard Bull is a scientist who build a super cannon for the Iraqis that could launch a projectile 1000km.Link: http:/www.astronautix.com/lvs/babongun.htm Answer Gerard Bull was a ballistics genius who believed that a gun could do all the things a missile could do- including launch intercontinental projectiles (and shoot them down).
He built some experimental guns for the US Navy, but the DoD later rejected the program due to the size and immobility of facilities required.
He then developed a most advanced artillery gun in the G5, and got involved in an Iraqi project to produce a gun of phenomenal range.
When his project did not go as well as planned he ended up helping the Iraqi ballistic missile program to increase his standing with the Iraqis.
After a warning was ignored he was killed by Israeli Mossad agents.
Answer: q: are aloud pit bulls in michigan . yes. It is illegal to own a Pit Bull in the state of Michigan.Although they are trying to ban Pit Bulls in some states, notincluding Michigan; the law has NOT been passed.
Answer: I assume you are referring to the Maine and New Hampshire stores that sell new & pre-owned music, movies, and video games. The price paid varies significantly from CD to CD, based on the popularity and condition of the CD.
Answer: A bull who sings ballads has a? Well hm let me think! OH yeah if you want to find the answer to that question i will give you a clue it starts with (mellow) but the whole answer is (MELLOW BELLOW!)
Answer: The Progressive Party of 1912, or more commonly known as the Bull Moose Party was after Taft was elected and most people were now unhappy so Teddy pulled some people together, mostly progressives, and ended up getting himself back on the ballot in the next election.
Answer: You use whichever hand is stronger and more comfortable for you to use.I was told, if you write with your right hand, you use your left hand to grip the bull rope. You have a lot more balance and control by using your right hand balancing and visa versa.
Answer: The question does not specify which of the two Battles of Bull Run (1861 and 1862), but both of them were clear and undeniable victories for the South, and the North was twice forced to leave the battlefield at Bull Run. Actually, the South won the majority of battles in the Civil War because of superior military leadership, but each Southern victory weakened them more, whereas the Northern ability to make war was not diminished by the many battles they lost.
Answer: The first battle of Bull Run was fought July 21, 1861 near Manassas, Virginia. The union forces called it Bull Run and the Confederate forces called it the battle of Manassas. The battle ended with a union retreat that turned into a rout as confederate forces counter attacked. This was the first land battle of the civil and ended any hopes of a short and decisive war.