Custer's Court Martial Free
In 1867, George Armstrong Custer faced court martial on eleven charges, including absence without leave from his command, and conduct prejudicial to good order and military discipline. Found guilty of five of the charges, he was suspended from rank and command for one year without pay. Records here include proceedings of Custer's trial, correspondence relating to official trial documents, and research requests from after the trial.…More
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General Court Martial of Gen. George A. Custer, 1867. Original data from: The National Archives
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