The Untold Secrets of the Civil War

The Untold Secrets of the Civil War

DVD - 2011
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Brings to life little-known stories of the American Civil War from both sides of the conflict through photographs, letters, artifacts, and battle reenactments.
Publisher: Chicago : Questar Entertainment, ©2011
ISBN: 9781594646195
Characteristics: 6 videodiscs (approximately 1105 min.) : sound, color ; 4 3/4 in
Additional Contributors: Questar Video, Inc


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Jul 29, 2011

CIVIL WAR FOR DUMMIES: in 1850s, a bunch of blood-sucker aristocrats in the north reached conclusion that chattel slavery was no longer economical for them and tried to replace it with modern industrial slavery. However, another bunch of blood-sucking aristocrats in the south were too lazy and wished to keep chattel slavery. Hence, they fooled the US youths to go and kill each other for their benefits...and a time without radio, TV, Internet, the US youths considered it entertainment to get a musket and a bag of goodies and lay down in the mud killing other American youths. Finally, the south accepted new industrial slavery be adopted so they all suck blood again more efficiently and still in 21st century they do!


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