Before Hiroshima: Forgotten Prisoners of War in Japan, Burma

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Hollywood is not the only movie place in the world and many firms have produced some memorable "War" movies over the years. They claimed that by such an exchange Lee would get thirty thousand fresh troops, and that Grant's position at Petersburg would be endangered and the war prolonged.) A little later Grant telegraphed to Butler to take all the sick and wounded the Confederates would send him, but to return no more in exchange therefor.

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Publisher: Pen Coed Publishing; 2nd Revised edition edition (August 5, 2016)

ISBN: 0992610095

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