Nobody ever did 'Movember' like these 9 Civil War generals
This month is “Movember,” and dudes worldwide are growing mustaches (and more) to support the foundation dedicated to fighting prostate cancer. But in the history of military grooming standards, few cohorts can hang with that of the Civil War. Check out these looks that would make a modern-day hipster weep:
1. Gen. George McClellan
2. Maj. Gen. Alfred T. A. Torbert
3. Gen. J.E.B. Stuart
4. Gen. George Armstrong Custer
5. Gen. William Tecumseh Sherman
6. Gen. Lew Wallace
7. Maj. Gen. George Crook
8. Gen. Joshua Chamberlain
9. Gen. Ambrose Burnside
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The American caught crossing the DMZ wanted to be a negotiator
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