Have you ever visited a historic battlefield in the U.S. or elsewhere?

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bettabreeder says2014-04-11T16:28:02.6474867-05:00
Gettysburg Native
SweetTea says2014-04-11T16:47:17.0558184-05:00
I have visited Yorktown, Cowpens, Gettysburg & Vicksburg. I prefer the Revolutionary battlefields to the Civil War ones.
scots says2014-04-11T16:47:51.4691978-05:00
Any one visit Waterloo?
SweetTea says2014-04-11T16:49:42.3386180-05:00
My godfather was at Normandy, when the dead were still being counted & buried.
scots says2014-04-11T16:50:21.7444706-05:00
Did he pick up any artifacts?
SweetTea says2014-04-11T16:51:39.4641688-05:00
No, he was too busy closing in on the Germans (WWII).
scots says2014-04-11T16:51:42.7377153-05:00
Waterloo was an impressive battlefield great position for the Defender Arthur Wesley
scots says2014-04-11T16:52:20.1774753-05:00
Oh though you meant he was there once the battle was done
SweetTea says2014-04-11T16:57:39.2162775-05:00
He arrived right after the invasion -- a couple of days later maybe.
scots says2014-04-11T16:58:53.8645534-05:00
Oh ok
Haroush says2014-04-11T17:55:09.0085888-05:00
I've been to Gettysburg before.. That's where I learned about the importance of "Little Round Top" and the "Confederate flank". I also learned a lot about what it was like back then when they fought during that time period. For example, those crazy looking spiky grenades. Not to mention, the dental tools they used. I remember seeing the saw like tool they used in order to cut out parts of someone's mouth. Or the bone saw they used to cut off someone's limb. Something else that intrigued me was what they used mostly for pain during surgery.... Alcohol. (I bet that really helped with pain....)
jonathanemptage says2014-09-23T10:17:10.4346432-05:00
The Somme France, Newfoundland park France

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