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The future of a nation hangs in the balance. For three bloody days, up to 200,000 men are pitted against their fellow countrymen. The Confederates have invaded the North, in an audacious challenge to the Union. Can the Federals halt the Rebels' daring advance, and deal the decisive blow which will end the nation's agony?
Can you rally your men and lead them to victory? The Confederate army let by Evans is moving through Virginia when McDowell unleashes 10,000 men. Evans' troops are vastly outnumbered and forced to retreat to Henry House Hill leading to the earliest large-scale engagement of the Civil War. Fresh troops led by Jackson put the Federals to flight, but their pursuit is foiled by disorder.
The battle that should have ended the war. September 17th 1862. More than 100,000 men meet in a fierce historic battle. Little did they know that it will result in over 20,000 casualties in just one day - the single bloodiest day in American history. McClellan's caution will result in three more years of war, and a vastly out-numbered force will escape to victory.
Shattered innocence of a divided nation. Albert Sidney Johnston launches a surprise assault on Grant's unsuspecting Union Army. For two days nearly 100,000 men join in the most devastating battle of the war so far. Johnston must deal a decisive blow to the enemy lines before Union reinforcements arrive.
Requirements: Windows 3.1, Win 95 or Win 98, 100% PC compatibles, 486DX33 minimum, 5MB minimum free space on hard drive, double speed CD-ROM drive, 8MB minimum RAM, Microsoft compatible mouse, 256 color SVGA, supports 640x480, 800x600, or 1024x768 screen resolutions, all Windows compatible sound cards.
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