The Charge at Gettysburg
Civil War

The Charge at Gettysburg

When night fell, the Union flags waved in triumph on the field of Gettysburg, but over 30,000 men lay dead or wounded, strewn through wood and meadow, on field and hill, where the three days' fight had surged.

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Hampton Roads
Civil War

Hampton Roads

Also known as the Battle of the Monitor and Merrimac, the Battle of Hampton Roads during the Civil War was the first battle between ironclad warships.

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Farragut at Mobile Bay
Civil War

Farragut at Mobile Bay

The Battle of Mobile Bay marked a victory for the Union during the Civil War, and is best remembered for Rear Admiral Farragut's successful maneuver through a minefield, and his famous command, "Damn the torpedoes! Full speed ahead".

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The Flag-Bearer at Antietam
Civil War

The Flag-Bearer at Antietam

Written by Theodore Roosevelt | To guard one's own flag against capture is the pride, to capture the flag of one's enemy the ambition, of every valiant soldier.

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