Video: Civil War Minutes 14 - Drum From Little Round Top

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Part 14 of the Civil War Minutes documentary series about soldiers in the Civil War. DRUM FROM LITTLE ROUND TOP. A drum is found on Little Round Top, Gettysburg.

Personal belongings open a window into the lives of those who battle in America's Civil War. The stories behind never-before-seen photographs, letters, artifacts and hundreds of rare paintings and engravings complete the picture of the Civil War in CIVIL WAR MINUTESĀ® - Union. Small and unique objects, such as a drum from the Battle of Gettysburg with a hidden note inside, are pieced together to reveal the human element of war. This film also discloses the perspective of the average foot soldier through handwritten letters to family members.

The real lives of ordinary people who leave their homes and families behind to answer duty's call for this new and inexperienced nation are featured. This documentary explores soldiers' everyday lives through the personal effects they carry into war.

The Civil War Minutes series is available on DVD from Inecom Entertainment Company. Available at stores like Amazon, Borders and Barnes and Noble.

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Topic: Civil War (1861-1865)

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