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To The Last

The Inevitable Charge By:
To The Last
An amassment of projectiles soaring up the face of a ridge, 200 Union men face desperate odds: an assault by thousands of Confederate veterans. There is no escape.

Footnotes from further research are added at the end.

After reading this, I would highly suggest watching the 6-minute video about the charge on my homepage to get a better idea about it: Gettysburg - Chamberlain's Charge (DVD-rip)

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Aryetta Rees

wow! I love your writing style!!! Your attention to detail was phenomenal! a great read! thanks so much for this!!!

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This story made me feel like i was there. And I like how you listed your citations (also know was sites sited) It show you try to get as accurate as you could It makes it so you know that you but work into it. I enjoyed it.

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Ah, you've astounded me once more. With you flawless work and effortless flow, I couldn't stop reading. You, my friend have a future. You are amazing.

There's only one little quirk in the story. You see, I don't understand the numbers that seem to be placed randomly throughout the piece. What do they represent? I mean, I see at the very end you gave every number a label, but what does 'Killer Angels' mean? I'm supposing they... Show more

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I see you put in footnotes for further reading.

I knew who you spoke of - I could see Jeff Daniels in that colonel's role as he held fast that hill.

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An adept tale longing for the praise which it so rightfully deserves. I could only describe this brief story as a classic piece of fine american literature. An excellent read. Just a quick note: I noticed that there were random numbers at the end of select sentences. You may want to check whatever text editor you use if it is not supposed to be there.

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A well written story of a last ditch stand, you can feel the desperation seeping through the pages.

Very well done :)

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