On New Year's Day of 1862, Major General Thomas J. “Stonewall” Jackson ordered his independent division of 10,000 soldiers to march northward from their winter base at Winchester, Virginia toward the Potomac River. On the morning of March 24, 1862, Jackson and his army--reduced to 2,800 soldiers--solemnly trudged southward from Frederick County, Virginia. What happened...
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New Commentary on the 70th Anniversary of "The Bulge" and "The Malmedy Massacre"
Guest contributor, Stuart Dempsey, remembers the terrible events of December, 1944.
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