2013 will bring the Sesquicentennial of the Battle of Gettysburg and will of course be of interest to any with a passion for American History, Heritage, and /or military history. To many this occasion will be the "High Watermark," of the 150th anniversaries.
Gettysburg should be the sine qua non of Civil War reenactments if such a thing can exist, and those who have particpated in previous anniversary events, probably more than not have enjoyed the spectacle.
The Gettysburg reenactments have not been however, without criticism and detractors, and much of this seems to be because the profits from the events are not used for historic interests. This may be a legitimate complaint but this is shooting above most private's heads. At the very least it would seem the profits are not going to a foreign concern.
Many of us have likely given some thought to Getysburg and the decision to attend or not will be an individual or unit choice. What are your thoughts on the matter comrades?
all for the old flag,