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We are starting to see that their real goal is to rid public places of all flags, banners, and emblems of the South's effort in the War Between the States. That would be a shame, because it would be erasing an important part of our history, one from which we have much to learn today.
The brown elite did, as did countless slaves prior to the War Between the States.
In THE NEW AMERICAN December 25, 2006 article "By the Grace of God," by Dennis Behreandt, the descriptive opening line begins with "at the time of the Civil War." The term Civil War is a politically correct title referring to what Congress in the 1920s officially classified as the "War Between the States." This official term is a more acceptable one in the South.
Much of the book's first half is an apologia for the antebellum South and its cause in the War Between the States (Woods' preferred term).
The difficulty with another military history of the War Between the States is that there already are, in one estimate, some 70,000 books on the War and the Confederacy whose struggle for independence sparked it.
Bardstown's sons divided to fight on both sides in the War Between the States; its volunteers fought in Cuba, World Wars I and II, and Korea.
19 (1862) The two-day War Between the States battle of Iuka, in which more than 2,000 men were either killed, wounded, or listed as missing, began.
If Andrew Johnson is recalled in modern history books, it is typically to point out that he was impeached, or that he doggedly opposed the supposed blessings of Reconstruction--without providing any explanation as to why he opposed the Reconstruction policy that was fastened on the defeated South after the War Between the States. The histories that mention him may also fault him for having a bad temper and allegedly drinking too much on occasion.
The US Civil War, or War Between the States, was the first mechanized war, and for half a century remained by far the most expensive war in recorded history.
In between are first-hand accounts of the War Between the States in America, the Franco-German war, various colonial wars, the Boer War, the First and Second World Wars, the Spanish Civil War, the Korean and Vietnam Wars and the latest round of Balkan fighting.
It prophesied three great historic events: the War for Independence, the War Between the States, and an invasion of America by vast military forces from Europe, Asia, and Africa.
Confederate courage on other fields; four lesser known accounts of the war between the States. (reprint, 2000)