Joined: Feb 24, 2004 Posts: 340 Location: SOUTHERN Ontario
Posted: Sun Apr 22, 2012 11:30 am Post subject:
First off, I have to say that i've never believed the figure that is 'accepted' simply because it is so hard to say with shoddy record keeping. And wounds incurred during the war may not have killed right away. Only problem is, if a man died thirty years later as a direct cause of his ancient wound, is that a battlefield death? Is it a war death? This is an interesting article for sure.
Regards, Mitch. _________________ It seems to be sacrificing much, but what should we not be willing to sacrifice, even life itself, for the liberty of our country.
Private Robert A. Moore 17th Mississippi Regiment Co. G, Confederate Guards
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