This Massacre of Black Soldiers During the Civil War Is Reason Enough to Bring Down the Confederate Statues
by Alan Singer
It was the Fort Pillow Massacre. And it was ghastly.
by Denise George
It happened on December 17, 1944. 11 were slaughtered.
SOURCE: Basic Books
by Douglas Egerton
Sorry, but the movie “Glory” gets the story wrong in one significant way.
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