War Of The States: Gettysburg 1863
Quote:On a quiet Pennsylvania summer morning* Confederate General Robert E. Lee gambled his new nation's hopes on a climactic battle at a crossroads town no one really wanted to capture. His troops stood at their peak: battle-tested* used to victory* and eager to end the war. Opposing him* Union General George Meade knew that he could save American unity with a victory. After two years of war* Meade understood that simply avoiding defeat would not satisfy the American people. The Union soldiers had known few victories* yet remained willing to lay down their own lives so that never again would one man own another.


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War Of The States: Gettysburg 1863

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