Introverted Generals

Apr 2012
963
The Netherlands
#12
From what I heard Ulysses Grant seemed to have been a rather shy, soft person.

And William III has already been mentioned as a very introverted commander.

Emperor Tiberius perhaps? He was described as incredibly serious, reserved and the ''gloomiest of men''
 
Jan 2016
465
Macedonia
#13
Johann Tserclaes von Tilly is described as a "monk in the garb of a general" for his disinterestedness in honors and wealth - in stark contrast to his colleague Wallenstein - and it is said he stood alone every night for prayer.
 

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