It began with a word, Liberty, and grew into a battle cry that would bring forth a new nation and usher in the modern world. From the Stamp Act to the stillness at Appomattox, a century of armed conflict unfolds in three compelling narratives accompanied by animated maps, period music, and more.
“The best integrated Civil War disc we’ve found… Much more than just the sum of its parts, this edition gets an enthusiastic recommendation for library collections and Civil War enthusiasts.”
–Harvard University Libraries review of CD-ROM edition
Editor's note: In the spring of 1864, with the Army of the Potomac encamped in northern Virginia, Lieutenant General Ulysses S. Grant vowed, "I propose to fight it out on this line if it takes all summer." As it happened, the ensuing campaign would take all of that...