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The Battle of Gettysburg, during the American Civil War is shown in military art prints of the Iron Brigade under Brigadier General Wadsworth and the Alabama Infantry regiment under Colonel William C. Oates, in military paintings by artists Mark Churms, Brian Palmer and James Walker.

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The Last Full Measure, 1st Minnesota Regiment at Gettysburg by Keith Rocco.


The Last Full Measure, 1st Minnesota Regiment at Gettysburg by Keith Rocco.

General Winfield Scott Hancock, commander of the Union Second Corps was trying to avert a disaster on the Union center. The exposed Third Corps was overrun and fleeing the battlefield, with the victorious Confederates in pursuit. This breakthrough opened an avenue to the Union rear that threatened the whole army. Hancock needed men to buy him time to bring reinforcements up to plug the gap in the Federal line. The general observed a body of men lying in a slight hollow, just behind the crest of Cemetery Ridge, to the left of the cemetery. He spurred his horse to this position. Hancock spied Colonel William Colvills 1st Minnesota Infantry, 1st brigade, 2nd division, Second Corps. These men were in reserve, but they had been watching the battle unfold through the dense clouds of gunsmoke that clung to the ground on this sultry summer day. The 1st Minnesota was understrength, shouldering but 262 muskets this day. The regiment had been bloodied on every field, from First Bull Run through .........


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First Day at Gettysburg by James Alexander Walker.


First Day at Gettysburg by James Alexander Walker.



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Original Oil Study of the Battle of Gettysburg painting by Mark Churms. (P)


Original Oil Study of the Battle of Gettysburg painting by Mark Churms. (P)



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The Battle of Gettysburg


The Battle of Gettysburg

The Story of Brandy station, the largest cavalry battle ever fought on American soil. Gettysburg was the turning point of the American Civil War and is, perhaps, the most famous battle of that bloody and bitter conflict. However, only weeks before, the cavalry forces of North and South had met in what would prove to be the largest cavalry engagement of the war, the Battle of Brandy Station. This is the dramatic story of that crucial battle, a fight which would dispel the myth of the invincible Confederate cavalry forever. This DVD features a magnificent reconstruction of the Battle of Brandy Station specially filmed in Virginia, the largest cavalry re-enactment ever staged in America. Also featuring superb dramatised eye-witness accounts, computer generated 3D mapping techniques plus delightful period imagery and photographs; this programme provides an unforgettable record of a vital day in the American Civil War. Narrated by Bob Sessions. Featuring expert comment and analysis by Dr D.........


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Gettysburg 1863.


Gettysburg 1863.

High Tide of the Confederacy.
The Confederate invasion of the Northern states was General Lee's last great gamble. By taking the war to the Union he hoped to force Lincoln into peace negotiations, or win support from the European powers - watching events closely from across the Atlantic. Equally, Meade's Army of the Potomac needed to regain its fighting credibility after the setbacks of Fredericksburg and saw this as an opportunity to redeem its honour. The clash of 150,000 soldiers from both sides would ultimately decide the fate of the nation.


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The Iron Brigade During the Battle of Gettysburg, 1863 by Brian Palmer.


The Iron Brigade During the Battle of Gettysburg, 1863 by Brian Palmer.

The crack Iron Brigade of Brigadier General Wadsworths 1st Division of the army of the Potomac were the first Infantry unit to arrive on the field of Gettysburg in support of Brigadier General Bufords cavalry division who had stumbled upon General Lees advancing Army of North Virginia. The Brigade suffered 1,200 casualties out of 1800 engaged in the battle.


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Confederate Officer, 15th Alabama Infantry Regiment 1863 by Mark Churms.


Confederate Officer, 15th Alabama Infantry Regiment 1863 by Mark Churms.

Colonel William C Oates leads his regiment up the slopes of Little Round Top to attack the left flank of the Union army on the second day of fighting at the Battle of Gettysburg.


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The Bivouac by Keith Rocco.


The Bivouac by Keith Rocco.

Major General George G. Meade reached the Gettysburg battlefield just before midnight on July 1, 1863. Meade had been selected to command the Army of the Potomac just four days earlier, when Major General Joseph Hooker, the man whom Lee had defeated at Chancellorsville two months earlier, resigned over differences with the War Department. Few generals in the war bore a heavier burden of command than did Meade at Gettysburg. The country looked to him to deliver victory over a Confederate army that had not yet known defeat. If the Army of the Potomac was defeated, the consequences to the future of the Union would be grim. Meades headquarters was at Taneytown, Maryland, about thirteen miles south of Gettysburg. Meade stayed at Taneytown to better coordinate the movements of his army corps toward the battlefield. Only when he was certain the entire army was responding to the unexpected clash at Gettysburg did he transfer his headquarters to the battlefield. Meade rode to the gatehouse of.........


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Reynolds & Buford at Gettysburg by Keith Rocco.


Reynolds & Buford at Gettysburg by Keith Rocco.

At Gettysburg, two men, Brigadier General John Buford and Major General John Reynolds, made critical command decisions during the frays opening stages that helped bring about a Northern victory. Their military savvy on the morning of July 1 delayed the Confederates and allowed the Union to gain possessions of the high ground south of Gettysburg. On July 1, the two officers reached the apex of their military careers. Buford deserves accolades for wisely deploying his two brigades of troopers across the ridges west of Gettysburg. The popping carbines and rumbling horse artillery of his command forced the lead elements of the Army of Northern Virginia to deploy off the dusty ribbon of the Chambersburg Pike, and form from a column into battle lines, a ponderous maneuver for nineteenth century infantry, and one that gained vital time for the van of the Federal advance, let by Reynolds, to arrive on the field. While Buford was giving battle, Reynolds was hurrying his foot soldiers toward t.........


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