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#1 by Emil at April 6th, 2011
Commenting the first NYTimes archive links about negro soldiers, I have to say that back then one’s own race is superior and has the right to rule others. But thank god now such racism doesn’t exist anymore.
#2 by seo ottawa at April 8th, 2011
The nation as a whole chose to ignore both the sacrifice of the black regiments and the implications of their involvement in America’s greatest national crisis. As North and South came together over an increasingly selective interpretation of what the Civil War had been about, the opportunity to reconstruct the nation on a new basis of equality was thrown away.
#3 by dark chocolate at April 22nd, 2011
Information about Captain Luis Emilio is very helpful and He was really a brave man and He was fighting when he was only 16 of age
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