The Salina Journal from Salina, Kansas on October 13, 1996 · Page 65
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The Salina Journal from Salina, Kansas · Page 65

Salina, Kansas
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Sunday, October 13, 1996
Page 65
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KiiS®*® ^JTjjT/ ™ r fjff^-r —-y£f ijr T j rg" £~T "L-7^ * -v •--(-- — 7 rl|s|pn}\^Ne^fJOrJeajis .• Vipksburg Bloodshed.', Tears. ^Otters of.irjumpti* 'Crjjslof despair, Thoughts and dreams of home, Suddenly the years have peeled away, and you are there-It' is the 1860's^ and ypy^are'in the midst of an incredible waj between North and South." March with the raw recruits, some as young as sixteen Although they claim to be-older. Watch with awestruck farmers, as clashing armies turn their cornfields into battlefields. Join Southern city folk who face the invading soldiers with amazing ingenuity and resolve. Now, in one phenomenal video, experience four of the greatest battles of the Civil War- THE BATTLE OF ANTIETAM This is it-The bloodiest dav in all of America's hjstQrv- General Robert E. Lee crosses the Potomac River into Maryland, spurred on by the music of a rousing military band. At Sharksburg he is eventually beaten back by Union forces, The cost? Some 23,000 dead and wounded, evenly divided between the two sides. A stunning security leak,, the most astonishing in all of U.S. history, is revealed here. THE BATTLE OF CHARLESTON Southern and mighty proud of it, this picturesque city will forever be remembered as the "seat of secession", A daring offense against the city, the firing upon Ft. Sumter in 1861, is the official beginning of the Civil War, The residents, genteel but gritty, learn to cope with Federal forces which hold Charleston under siege for years, An intriguing highlight: The world's first successful submarine attack. THE BATTLE OF NEW ORLEANS A glorious, colorful city, New Orleans was known far and wide as a center of glamour, excitement, and wickedness. Located at the mouth of the Mississippi River, this grand Confederate stronghold was a hub of culture and commerce. Admiral Farragut seizes it in 1862. But the occupying troops find that the people-the ladies in particular-are surprisingly strong-willed and feisty. THE BATTLE OF V1CKSBURG For 2 1/2 years the Union and Confederate troops battle for control of this strategic site on the Mississippi River. In a series of awesome conflicts on land and water, both sides draw upon the talents of their greatest military leaders. General Sherman outma neuvers the Confederates } in several brilliant campaigns, and U.S. Grant brings the city to its knees on the Fourth of July, 1863. ! ELIZABETH KAYE COLLECTION, Dept VW-21 i Box 9001, Cold Spring Harbor, NY 11724-9001 Ye«J Kindly rush my Civil War Video(s) (Item #W787) for a 30-day try! out on money-back guarantee. (VHS only) i [NAME. a Mr. -IM(S. a Ma. i ADDRESS. i JC1TY. i ! STATE. ___ ZIP CODE History comes alive in a vibrant, personal way as the story is told by the people who lived it. Listen to words from the diaries of housewives, the letters of soldiers, the musings of Abraham Lincoln himself. Watch as the battles are reenacted with patriotic fervor and a great passion for accuracy. View rare photographs of this war; hear the fascinating _. r _, comments of modern-day historians. This is a video to watch-and marvel at^again and again. Lasting ( T O help process order you may wish to include your daytime phone number 200 minutes in all, it has 4 different episodes-one for each battle. A production of A&E and The History ' Channel. VHS format. Thank you for your order. 30-DAY MONEY BACK GUARANTEE Q One Video for only $19.95 plus $3.95 postage and handling. Total $23.90 Q Great Gift Idea! TWO for $38.00 plus $4.95 post. & hdlg. Total S42.95 Charge to my: Q Visa 1-1 MasterCard Account No.. Exp. Date_ i Enclosed is $ (NJ residents add sales tax) i Please make check/M.O. payable to Elizabeth Kaye Collection. Fulfillment: G&C AMociaUs Please allow up to 4-6 weeks (or delivery. €19%

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