History will launch Civil War week

Hibberd, James
February 2011
Entertainment Weekly;2/18/2011, Issue 1142, p32
The article reports that the cable television network History Channel will broadcast a week of programming devoted to the U.S. Civil War to commemorate the 150th anniversary of that war.


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