David T. |
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Andersonville....site of a National Cemetery, the National POW Museum and the location
of a Confederate run prisoner of war camp during the American Civil War in the 1860's.
Only 26 acres in size, 45,000 Union prisoners were held here during it's 14 months in existence.
At one point 32,000 were there at one time, with 13,000 deaths when it was closed.
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I will go there one day. Such a sad place.
I have been to Andersonville probably four times. It never fails to sadden me.
Paolo Peggi (aka Bracciodiferro)
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Fantastic gallery! ~V
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