On July 1, 1863, more than 150,000 soldiers were drawn by fate to the defining moment of the Civil War. Men of honour in an age when honour meant everything, they fought out of loyalty to country or homeland, or to preserve states' rights; many more were moved to the defence of individual freedom. When it was over, a third of their number lay wounded or dead in the quiet wheat fields outside Gettysburg, PA. The Union Army had prevailed. The Republic would survive.
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