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Old 10-01-2012, 08:36 PM   #5
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Duty, Honor, Country, A Novel from West Point to The Civil War

They swore oaths, both personal and professional. From the Plain at West Point, through the Mexican War, to the carnage of Shiloh. They were fighting for country, for a way of life and for family. Classmates carried more than rifles and sabers into battle. They had friendships, memories, children and wives. They had innocence lost, promises broken and glory found.

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