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CIVIL WAR BATTLES. NEW 3-pack DVD VIDEO Set. A riveting story visually supported by military maps, period art, photographs and extensive color reenactment footage of 18 major Civil War battles. OVER SIX HOURS! -PRICE REDUCED-
CIVIL WAR BATTLES. -- NEW 3-pack DVD VIDEO Set. Total Running Time: Approximately 6.25 Hours. Color and Black & White - VHS
Relive he greatest crisis ever facedby the United States as this unique documentary traces the history of the Civil War from its origins through the final tragic act of Lincoln's assassination. Witness four years of terrible campaigns that cut a swath of destruction from Virginia to the Mississippi River and beyond. Recounted in over six captivating hours, the battles and leaders of the American Civil War are brought to life with fresh perspectives and new insight.
3 DVD Volumes: Volume 1: A House Divided ? Volume 2: The Terrible Swift Sword ? Volume 3: The Union Restored.
The Road To War: Missouri Compromise to First Manassas: 1820 - 1861. Tensions between North and South boiled as both sides struggled over slavery, and an unknown politician rose to the Presidency. ? Fort Henry To Antietam: Feb. 1862 - Sept. 1862 includes the bloodiest single day of any American War. ? Disaster after Disaster. Stones River To Vicksburg: Dec. 1862 - Jul. 1863 ? Lee's second offensive into the North, leading to the epic 3-day battle at Gettysburg. Brandy Station, Gettysburg and Chattanooga: Jun. 1863 - Nov. 1863 ? Red River To Petersburg: Mar. 1864 - Dec. 1864. Grant against Lee, and the War reaches the outskirts of Washington D.C. ? Atlanta, The March To The Sea and Hood?s Counter-Offensive: May 1864 - Dec. 1864 ? Union armies roamed through the collapsing Confederacy as naval forces captured coastal forts. Fort Fisher To Lincoln?s Assassination: Jan. 1865 - Apr. 1865
A riveting story told by seven Civil War historians, visually supported by military maps, period art, photographs and approximately 3.5 hours of extensive color reenactment footage of 18 major Civil War battles, including: 1st & 2nd Manassas, Shiloh, Antietam, Chancellorsville, Vicksburg, Gettysburg, The Wilderness Campaign, The Atlanta Campaign & Sherman?s March to the Sea, Franklin, Nashville, Bentonville, Saylers Creek and Appomattox.
Total Running Time: Approximately 6.25 Hours. Color and Black & White -DVD VIDEO