The treatment of prisoners of war in the American Civil War was truly horrific

TEEGARDEN: A SAD LEGACY OF AMERICAN SACRIFICE During the American Civil War, prisoners of war presented major logistical, political and humanitarian challenges to both the Union and the Confederacy. And, like virtually all other aspects of that conflict, the Union, for the most part, did a better job of handling those challenges. But the horror […]

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