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'''Bixby Letter''' is a [[decision]] available to {{flag|USA}} while it is at war with {{flag|Confederate States of America}}. It is usually taken during the Civil war, but it can potentially be used during other wars.  
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'''Bixby Letter''' is a [[decision]] available to {{flag|USA}} while it is at war with {{flag|Confederate States of America}}. It is usually taken during the [[American Civil War|Civil war]], but it can potentially be used during other wars against the CSA. The [https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Bixby_letter Bixby Letter] was sent from the President of the United States [https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Abraham_Lincoln Abraham Lincoln] to a widow Lydia Parker Bixby during the civil wars with condolences for her losing 5 sons during the civil war. The letter has since been used in many Civil war memorials.
  
 
It requires that USA has a [[War exhaustion]] of at least 6.0, and it reduces [[War exhaustion]] by {{Green|2.0}} with no drawbacks.
 
It requires that USA has a [[War exhaustion]] of at least 6.0, and it reduces [[War exhaustion]] by {{Green|2.0}} with no drawbacks.
  
 
[[Category:American decisions]]
 
[[Category:American decisions]]

Latest revision as of 10:54, 18 June 2020

Bixby Letter is a decision available to USA USA while it is at war with Confederate States of America Confederate States of America. It is usually taken during the Civil war, but it can potentially be used during other wars against the CSA. The Bixby Letter was sent from the President of the United States Abraham Lincoln to a widow Lydia Parker Bixby during the civil wars with condolences for her losing 5 sons during the civil war. The letter has since been used in many Civil war memorials.

It requires that USA has a War exhaustion of at least 6.0, and it reduces War exhaustion by 2.0 with no drawbacks.