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Sherman's March

Narrated by actor Edward Herrmann, Sherman's March examines one of the most pivotal, and devastating, campaigns of the Civil War.
With upwards of 100,000 men and the reluctant blessing of the Union, General William Tecumseh Sherman swept through the South with unprecedented speed and savagery.

The effect of his campaign was terrible for the civilian population and devastating for the South's army. Pushing the entertainment and educational potential of television, this feature-length documentary - filmed on location in brilliant High Definition - breaks new ground in documentary presentation. This deeply immersive production combines compelling narration with unmatched dramatic sequences that transport you to critical moments of the fateful campaign.

As much psychological profile as historical reconstruction, hear from Sherman himself, as well as from characters both major and minor from every side of the conflict, as they relate in their own words the epic events of 1865.