America's Civil War Magazine
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About America's Civil War
Each issue contains well-researched articles about the war's key battles, leaders, strategies and locations. Written by historians and leading experts, the magazine provides complex insight into the Civil War. Each issue also reveals period photos, maps, historical relics and little-known facts about the tumultuous and trying period.
America's Civil War magazine gives readers an insider's look at the issues that caused the war, the military geniuses who strategized for the war, and the individuals who were involved in it. History enthusiasts of all ages will look forward to each new issue of America's Civil War. Packed with stories about important battles and key moments, it's the perfect magazine for anyone who wants to know more about the Civil War.
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The civil war saw the loss of more American lives fighting with passion that changed a nation forever in ways no human could have foreseen. Cut to the Chase, it was not blacks against whites, whites for slaves. It was men and women fighting for not skin, but what was deep within PRINCIPLES. Some with black skin exploited, some with white turned the tide of the black man's status as a free person, and yet far too often the story goes,