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The Photographic History of the Civil War

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The Photographic History of the Civil War
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Publisher: The Review of reviews co.
ISBN/ASIN: 1555211747
Number of pages: 362

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The Photographic History of the Civil War was first published in 1911 to commemorate the fiftieth anniversary of the great conflict. The thousands of photographs contained within are remarkable in their immediacy, spontaneity, and authenticity.

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