On June 25 and 26, 1876, a group blindly followed their leader into battle. He believed he had a good plan; however, the information it was based on was poor and incomplete. The tragic results were the loss of 268 lives in his forces, including his own, and many more on the opposing side. This snapshot in history occurred at the Little Bighorn river. The leader was General George Custer.
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