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1863 Gettysburg
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This is a short essay about the Battle of Gettysburg that examined some of the military opportunities squandered by both the Federal and Rebel armies, wondering if the outcome might have been different had their importance been recognized and properly exploited.

"At Gettysburg, the heat broke at last, and rain fell on July 4. As doctors and ambulances moved onto the scene, neither retreating Confederates nor jubilant Northerners recognized the great issue that had been decided on that field. Only a few sensed that the twilight of the Confederacy had come."

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Gettysburg: an Epilogue (Coronet Magazine, 1949)

Gettysburg: an Epilogue (Coronet Magazine, 1949)

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