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Who is the most overrated military leader of all time?

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Who is the most overrated military leader of all time?

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    Ed Hamilton says:

    Major General George B. McClellan

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    Jerry Parker says:

    John Charles Fremont who never discovered anything someone else hadn't already discovered, got most of his men killed and presumed to know Lincoln's mind about slavery.,

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    Mike H. says:

    Lewis "Chesty" Puller. I KNOW there will be Marines that want to crucify me, but he got a lot of US Marines killed needlessly on Peleliu.

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    Murray free says:

    Octavian,or "augustus caesar'.While he was a shrewd linguist and cunning politician and may not be considered a "military leader" He in effect Ruled a military dictatorship so can be held in this category,The battles he fought were won mostly due to his generals,such as marcus agrippa.

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    Durand says:

    Charles-André-Joseph-Marie de Gaulle

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    Charlie says:


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