I'll give it to you. The quote was from an eye witness account of the Rough Rider's charge at San Juan Ridge.
"The enemy's design was clearly to cut us off from our supporting tanks and then catch us enfilade in belts of crossfire from his Spandaus. NO quarter was asked or given; no inert body could be assumed to be dead unless it bore the most easily visible wounds. Wounded SS men would throw grenades at stretcher-bearers coming up to attend to them. Soon the battalion was committed to in-fighting throughout its depth. As the forward companies were clearing their final objectives, the reserve companies were fighting section and individual battles in the corn; flushing dugouts, verifying the deadness of corpses, and watching for the hidden sniper or by-passed Spandau teams.
200 for the location of battle. This quote comes from a distinct landmark.
600 for the Brigade involved.
You may ask questions in the form of yes or no answers.
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