Category Archives: General William B. Hazen

Ambrose Bierce: Spymaster?

Having spent the last several years researching, then writing, about noted American author Ambrose Bierce’s wartime service during the Civil War, one would think by now that I had uncovered all there was to know about the man noted for … Continue reading

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William B. Hazen, the “Best Hated” Man in the Army

William Babcock Hazen was born in Vermont in 1830, but his family moved westward from New England to the Midwest when he was still young. After graduating from West Point in 1855, he spent most of his early military career … Continue reading

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