Union leaders never fell in love with what might have been the civil war’s most lethal KILLER.
An ‘earnest’ rebel from Alabama helped save Antietam and Gettysburg for future generations
The Civil War, which cost roughly 750,000 lives, including more than 200,000 battlefield deaths, is America’s deadliest conflict. It could have been worse.
For Actor Brian Mallon, landmark film on the war’s bloodiest battle still holds up 25 years later
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