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Hiking through history uphill

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  • Bob Huddleston
    Hiking through history uphill Associated Press - August 30 The final attack on the bloodiest day of the Civil War was literally an uphill battle. Now a trail
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      Hiking through history uphill
      Associated Press - August 30
      The final attack on the bloodiest day of the Civil War was literally an
      uphill battle. Now a trail at Antietam National Battlefield lets hikers
      feel the strain that soldiers from both sides experienced marching over
      hilly farm fields toward a meeting that ended with the Union failing to
      corner Confederate Gen. Robert E. Lee.
      http://www.herald-mail.com/?module=displaystory&story_id=118945&format=html

      Take care,

      Bob

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      Please try to understand this. It's not an easy thing to hear, but please
      listen. There is no morality in warfare. You kill children. You kill women.
      You kill old men. You don't seek them out, but they die. That's what happens
      in war. - Paul Tibbets
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