AT LEAST THAT’S WHAT THE “EXPERTS” THINK, especially when Southerners talk about the Wa-rah of Nor-thun Ag-gress-shun!
Anything that doesn’t fit the nationalist, “Glorious Union” narrative is labeled “Lost Cause” mythology—stuff Southerners just made-up after the war for less than honourable reasons.
Southerners, they believe, are particularly creative in their “myth-making” when it comes to General William T. Sherman and his march through Georgia and the Carolinas.
Thankfully we do not have to rely on these so-called “experts” to figure out what Sherman and his army were up to. We can go directly to the people who were there. They seem to be far less confused about what happened to them than these so-called “experts.”
Our latest release, adds to the growing number of these eye witness accounts that show, beyond any reasonable doubt, who the real myth-makers are:
A Legion of Devils: Sherman in South Carolina
By Karen Stokes
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THE WAR CRIMES committed by General William T. Sherman and his men against Southern civilians and their means of sustaining life are a huge stain on the American national character. Sherman’s crimes are routinely denied or minimized (by those who don’t actually celebrate them), although they are as heavily documented, from Northern as well as Southern sources, as any event in history. Sherman’s campaign through Georgia and South Carolina is even cited as a brilliant military feat. In fact, it was not a military feat at all. There was very little fighting. It was a massive campaign of terrorism against civilians. It violated international law and hypocritically deviated widely from officially-declared U.S. policy… READ MORE
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