How does General Greivous die?
Obi Wan shoots his organic body with his blaster.
Answer . The General died of liver and kidney failure in 1964 at the age of 84.
At Walter Reed Army Medical Center in Washington, DC on April 5, 1964. He is buried in Norfolk, Virginia.
As Jackson and his staff were returning to camp on May 2, they were mistaken for a Union cavalry force by the 18th North Carolina Infantry regiment who shouted, "Halt, who goes there?", but fired before evaluating the reply. Frantic shouts by Jackson's staff identifying the party were replied to by …Major John D. Barry with the retort, "It's a damned Yankee trick! Fire!" A second volley was fired in response; in all, Jackson was hit by three bullets, two in the left arm and one in the right hand. Jackson died of complications from pneumonia on May 10, 1863. Stonewall Jackson was claimed to be shot by my grand mothers great great uncle James whitten day he was a confederate solder in stonewalls div. I think he was a sniper or what ever they called them back then. But my grand mother says that she remembered the stories that was told about him and the way he told them well it was told that stonewall went up ahead to check things out that on the way back he James whitten fired a shot at stonewall Jackson for fear of leading the men into a suicidal loss of men because of stonewalls reputation he would lead them into a losing battle but just out the way was over 500 Yankee troops and they were scared so some in secret drew straws on what should come of there fate if they let him lead them to there deaths so James whitten day was indeed one of the men who shot him on his way back from the scout. James whitten day said they only had a hundred or so troops . he also told other stories about robbing rail trains with a weird guerrilla group he met. there is told that VA. jewel ridge VA. there is buried gold confederate gold on Jewell ridge MTN. in VA. were James whitten day lies buried. (MORE)
Answer . He died in Washington, D.C. apparently from natural causes, on July 15, 1948, one of the most honored soldiers in American history.
General George Armstrong Custer died at the Battle of the Little Bighorn on June 25, 1876.
Actually he tried to kill himself but he was unsuccessful and Japan executed him for the war crimes.
He was Hung !! =O *Gasps* No, he wasn't hung, he died to Tuberculosis. He had been born "sickly" and suffered from a poor chest.
General Robert Edward Lee ( Robert E. Lee ) died 12 October , 1870 in Lexington , Virginia , at age 63 from the effects of Pneumonia . .. He dies shortly after 9 am . ...One month before his death , on 28 September , 1870 , Lee suffered a stroke that left him without the ability to speak . ..He is …believe to be buried underneath Lee Chapel at Washington and Lee University in Lexington , Virginia . (MORE)
Lee died of heart disease at Lexington , VA where he had served aspresident of what is now Washington and Lee College.
General Patton was injured on December 9, 1945, when the car in which he was a passenger collided with a truck in Germany. He received a spinal cord injury which paralyzed him from the neck down, and he died of a pulmonary embolism (blood clot in the lung) on December 21, 1945.
General Bradley died at the age of 88. The cause of death is not cited on his wikipaedia page. Shall we call it old age.....
Near the Little Bighorn River in what is now part of the Crow Reservation in southeastern Montana. Custer, more accurately a Lieutenant Colonel at the time, was killed along with more than 250 of his men, including those at Custer's Last Stand.
General George Custer was an officer in the US Army and a commanderfor the cavalry during both the American Indian Wars and the CivilWar. He died on June 25, 1876 in Little Bighorn, Montana at the ageof 36 when he was attacked by Indians.
December 21, 1952 What are you reading? He died on December 21, 1945. He is buried in a military cemetery in Luxembourg City next to many of the soldiers he commanded during WW2.
he was killed by one thousand indians. ____________. When the cavalry's main column did arrive three days later, they found most of the soldiers' corpses stripped, scalped, and mutilated. Custer's body had two bullet holes, one in the left temple and one just above the heart. Following the… recovery of Custer's body, he was given a funeral with full military honors, and was buried on the battlefield, and later reinterred in the West Point Cemetery on October 10, 1877. The site of the battle was designated a National Cemetery in 1876. I always thought it was an arrow.....you learn something new (MORE)
General George S. Patton died in 1945 as a result of injuries sustained in an automobile accident.
General William Tecumseh Sherman died in New York City on February 14, 1891, but the cause of death was not announced by his family.. The William T Sherman family papers have been donated to the University of Notre Dame Archives. The background written by the archivists state that Sherman's death w…as "hastened by the asthmatic condition that had plagued him throughout life" .. The diary of Philemon Tecumseh "Cumpy" Sherman, son of General Sherman, states that "Papa" was ill for several days prior to his death without identifying a cause. There does not seem to be any reference to General Sherman's health prior to this time either in the General's diary or his son's.. This information suggests that General Sherman was afflicted by an acute cardiopulmonary condition such as pneumonia or myocardial infarction (heart attack) rather than a chronic condition such as emphysema or congestive heart disease.. Entries from the diary of Philemon T Sherman, February 1891 (Archive CSHR 6/20 #14-0671): Feb 6, "Papa unwell"; Feb 7, no mention; Feb 8, "Papa's birthday, Papa sick"; Feb 9, "Papa very sick"; Feb 10, "Papa better"; Feb 11, "Papa much worse"; Feb 12, "Papa lingering"; Feb 13, "Papa slightly better"; Feb 14, "Papa died at 1.50 PM". . Letter to Philemon T Sherman from George B Richards, February 14, 1891 (Archive CSHR 3/145 #08-0949): "You have been in my thoughts constantly since I heard of your father's sickness ... I trust and hope that this attack may pass off and that your brave good father may live with you for many years yet." . The following link leads to the Sherman family papers collection at Notre Dame Archives. (MORE)
Bernard Montgomery, the British general, was born on November 17,1887 and passed away on March 24, 1976. He was 88 years old. Hisbiography states that he died from unspecified causes.
General Patton died in the city of luxenberg because of the blood clot in his brain.
Blow to the head. While General Macarthur was sitting alone outside, the murderer hit him in the head from behind. He'd sent his wife's lover on what amounted to a suicide mission during WWI, causing his death.. It can be found here: http://www.funtrivia.com/en/subtopics/And-Then-There-Were-None-Ho…w-Did-They-Die-131519.html . (MORE)
General Charles Cornwallis died from a fever. He died in 1805,which was shortly after he came to Ghazipur in India.
Yes, in EP III his secret base is found by the Jedi (actually a plot by Darth Sidious to draw Obi-Wan Kenobi away from coruscant) and Obi-Wan defeats him after a long battle on Utapau.
He is a very deadly robotic Sith warrior with four lightsabrs. He has killed 32 Jedi on the battlefield. He took their lightsabers as trophies for defeating his enemies. He can hold up to 5 lightsabers, his two hands can split into four, and he can hold one in one foot, the other for balancing. He i…s robotic because he was almost killed in a shuttle crash, and the Seperatists offered to rebuild him as a cyborg general for the droid armies. He commands all the droids that the Seperatists have made for the Clone Wars. (MORE)
Richard Henry Lee (1732-1794), American patriot and statesman, he led early resistance in Virginia to British rule. He introduced into the Continental Congress the resolution declaring American independence . From Amal jasin
Since he died at the age of 74 on 20 February 1893, he had no reason to provide an excuse or a reason. Mark it down as old age.
Type in-how did James wolfe die-and you will get a really good answer that I don't feel like retyping.
Field Marshal ( not General ) Bernard Law Montgomery, 17 November 1887 - 24 March 1976
If you mean General Custer as in Custer's Last Stand, it should be in American History.... He was killed during this battle, also known as the Battle of Little Bighorn, for a nearby river.
General Edward Braddock suffered a crushing defeat at the Battle of the Wilderness (Battle of Monongahela) in July 1755. Braddock was mortally wounded in the battle by a shot through the chest. Braddock was borne off the field and died on 13 July 1755, four days after the battle. He was buried just… west of Great Meadows, where the remnants of the column halted on its retreat to reorganise. Braddock was buried in the middle of the road and wagons were rolled over top of the grave site to prevent his body from being discovered and desecrated. George Washington presided at the burial service, as the chaplain had been severely wounded. In 1804, human remains believed to be Braddock's were found buried in the roadway about 1.5 miles (2.4 km) west of Great Meadows by a crew of road workers. The remains were exhumed and reburied. A marble monument was erected over the new grave site in 1913 by the Coldstream Guards. The grave site is considered to be British territory. (MORE)
General Grant died 23 July 1885 at Mt. McGregor New York at the age of 63 from throat cancer
Well, there are a lot of reasons why General Motors died. Being from Detroit, it hurts to say this, but it't the truth.. First: When gas prices started to skyrocket a few years ago, Chrysler(who is now defunct) and ESPECIALLY Ford (who is doing ok right now) started focusing on smaller cars. Ford p…ushed the hell out of the focus and let the F-150 take the backseat.. GM however, chose to keep pushing the Silverado and the Sierra, along with all of their gigantic SUV's. GM kept focusing on the best Truck in the world, and for some reason, didn't realize that people weren't interested in trucks anymore, they wanted fuel efficient cars. By the time they started pushing the cobalt (which is relatively unheard of) it was too late.. Second: And most importantly, a reason why most car companies will fail is the union. The UAW was probably the single biggest cause of the demise of GM and Chrysler. You see when gas prices go up, and the economy takes a poop, less people buy cars. But even though less people are buying cars, the UAW still requires auto companies to pay their employees $30 and hour for sweeping floors in the factories, cleaning the bathrooms and doing other mindless jobs. They paid their employees way too much money to do stupid jobs like that, and in the absence of automobile sales, they weren't making enough money to pay all these outrageous wages.. I'm all for equality of jobs and what-not, but seriously? Some guy who barely graduated High School is going to get paid $30+ dollars an hour to clean a factory while people who work their hard going to college and paying tens of thousands of dollars for a degree can't even find jobs? Something is wrong here.. If the government is smart, the jobs will come back, but the Unions will not. That way, GM/Chrysler can hire back 1/2 to 3/4 of the people they used to have, and pay them at a much lower wage (which will still be good enough to live off of) and not have to worry about the mob--er--union protecting all of these employees who aren't needed anymore. (MORE)
Marina Sirtis (A.K.A Deanna Troi) nearly died from hyperaging, but her death is never recorded in the Star Trek TNG Series' or Films.
No she does not but now in the new season she moves to Paris, France, so she does not come up in anymore episodes and neither does any of her realitives :(
No body knows until the word gets out, it wont be a surprise but itwon't happen any time soon.
He became paralysed by a stroke in 1921 and never recovered, dying at Long Ashton near Bristol in England on July 23, 1927.
Probably of cold, on a freezing February day in New York. At the funeral, when his old adversary, Joe Johnston, insisted on standing bareheaded, he was warned he would catch cold. Joe said "If that was me lying there, he would have stood bareheaded for me." Sure enough, Joe caught pneumonia and di…ed in three weeks - fifteen years older than Sherman. (MORE)
He's not dead , he performed on American Idol , May .26 . 2010 !
Obi Wan Kenobi, general of the clone army and one of the jedi masters during the clone wars, shot grievous with a CIS blaster pistol several times in the heart. Because these blasts were so high in temperature, the general of the battle droid army quickly burned up out of his eyes and other various …parts of his mechanical body. Kenobi left him lying right where he had perished. (MORE)
Attack him a lot, also I equipped my solider with health and ammo packs so I could heal myself as I fought him.
General Grievous was originally a living being, and still is today. He lived on one planet that housed two species, one of his and one of another. They were constantly at war. The other race attacked Grievous's racemates, but they pretended the attack was vice versa. So the Republic took their side… and almost killed Grievous. Grievous lived, of course. He was put into bacta tanks to rejuvenate, but there was no hope for him to live. He would rather die in the atmosphere or the vacuum of space than in liquid. So he was brought outside to die in the air. Palpatine came around, knowing of Grievous's power. He offered to restore Grievous to a much better position, provided he would work for the Separatists. Grievous accepted. Technically, medical droids built General Grievous out of a living animal and spare metal parts. But Palpatine should be given the credit for this finding. (MORE)
The Battle of Little Big Horn is often known as Custer's Last Stand. General Custer, however, did not die in this battle. In fact, he died as a prisoner of war by Chief Sitting Bull in Canada. Many of Custer's men, however, met their end at this important Sioux and Cheyenne victory.
He died of Yellow Fever in St Louis at the age of 54 and is remembered as the Father of the US Cavalry.
In 1870, of heart disease, in his own home. He had been unable to speak for several days, so various reports of his dying words are not reliable.
In 1885, of throat cancer - probably brought on by the stress of a banking scandal, in which he was swindled by fraudulent fellow-directors.
No, just read a spoiler that said she is in the hospital and later in the week takes a turn for the worse. It also says Brenda is alive and runs into the woods.
He committed suicide (many Nazis did). When he was being taken to the courtroom in Nuremburg, he wrestled away from his guards and threw himself off a nearby balcony.
He died in his room. He thought Rainsford jumped in the water and killed himself, but he actually swam back to the house. There, he awaited general Zaroff's return and they had a duel to death
There is a bug in the game if you cant hit him after you tie him up you must restart the level.
That would be General Omar Bradley, who died in April 1981 and is buried in Arlington National Cemetery.
Robert S. Garrett holds that distinction. The most important Southern General killed was Albert Sidney Johnson at Shiloh. At the time of his death, he was considered the best commander in the South, possibly the most talented commander in either army. Davis thought more highly of him than he did of …Lee. (MORE)