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The Truce of God

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The Truce of God
George Henry Miles (July 31, 1824 – July 23, 1871) was an American writer. He wrote "God Save the South", which is considered to be the unofficial national anthem of the Confederate States of America. Miles was born in Baltimore, Maryland to William Miles and Sarah Mickle. His father was a merchant and former commercial agent of the United States to Haiti. George Henry was a dramatist and man of letters.

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