In July 1863, at a small rural town in Pennsylvania, 75,000 Confederate and 97,000 Union soldiers clashed in one of the most decisive battles in the Civil War. More than 51,000 soldiers were killed, wounded or captured in three days of fighting. This was a turning point in the Civil War, as the Union army kept the Confederate army at bay.
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