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An excellent account of death and dying during the American Civil War.
Both the film and the soundtrack are immediately available after the Tuesday evening broadcast and they are worth every penny and much more.
Popular culture treats the American Civil War differently than scholars, buffs and reenactors treat the war.
Another reminder of the over-dramatized, emotionally driven identity of the Victorian mindset. .Published 17 hours ago by Illiterata
The American Civil War took place during the Victorian Era. Everything was planned and death was no exception. Read morePublished 2 days ago by Alice M. Grove
Informative, depressing but overall we found out a lot of things we must have missed in History class.Published 4 days ago by Nana Sam
This is well done. Brings to light how people viewed death during the Civil War. Found out many interesting facts I hadn't known before.Published 7 days ago by Mary Kay Gould
Rick Burns did a great job with this DVD.It was interesting from the start to finish.I'll be watching it again soon.Published 12 days ago by bud
This is an excellently produced documentary. It depicts the often forgotten aspects of the effects of the wholesale death that occurred during the Civil War. Read morePublished 18 days ago by Philip Donnelly
Awesome. This is a story that needed to be told. The deaths had a huge impact on our society, but one has to keep in mind that such events were common in Europe. Read morePublished 27 days ago by Ruth McCarthy
This impressive documentary looks at a subject dismissed in most books and films by a simple number: "by the end of the day, over 750 dead lay on the battlefield. Read morePublished 1 month ago by James D. Crabtree