''It is well that war is so terrible. We should grow too fond of it.'' These were the words of General Lee, December 13, 1862. From his vantage he watched his Confederate forces kill 3,000 Union soldiers over the course of an hour from a sunken wagon road behind a stone wall. The Battle of Fredericksburg is considered by many historians to be a major victory for the Confederate Army during the Civil War.
Have you walked the Sunken Road? Remember your visit to Fredericksburg and Spotsylvania National Military Park with this commemorative magnet. It depicts Confederate soldiers firing on advancing union forces on the day of the battle. A great gift for Civil War buffs and history lovers.
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