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I can watch Behind the Scenes videos all day - Game of Thrones: the creation of the Battle of Blackwater Bay.

I can watch Behind the Scenes videos all day - Game of Thrones: the creation of the Battle of Blackwater Bay.

Tyrion Lannister during the Battle of Blackwater by thegryllus http://www.deviantart.com/
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Lady of Winterfell's secret meeting with her most faithful and devoted Guard. Here's our prophetic vision and we're going to stick to it : ) lllustration made for swiftsnowmane swiftsnowmane.tumblr...

Lady of Winterfell's secret meeting with her most faithful and devoted Guard. Here's our prophetic vision and we're going to stick to it : ) lllustration made for swiftsnowmane swiftsnowmane.tumblr...

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Micah Jenkins (December 1, 1835 – May 6, 1864), was a Confederate general in the American Civil War, mortally wounded by friendly fire at the Battle of the Wilderness. Jenkins was born on Edisto Island, South Carolina. He graduated first in his class from the South Carolina Military Academy, now called The Citadel, in 1854. Jenkins then organized the King's Mountain Military School from 1855 to 1861.

Micah Jenkins (December 1, 1835 – May 6, 1864), was a Confederate general in the American Civil War, mortally wounded by friendly fire at the Battle of the Wilderness. Jenkins was born on Edisto Island, South Carolina. He graduated first in his class from the South Carolina Military Academy, now called The Citadel, in 1854. Jenkins then organized the King's Mountain Military School from 1855 to 1861.

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Confederate First National Battle Flag captured by John A. Landis, who commanded the 1st Iowa Cavalry battalion, never submitted a formal report and the regiment received no accolades for the action known alternatively as Black Water or Milford.   John A. Landis (1835-1915) was born in Xenia, Ohio and was living in Martinsburg, Iowa when he enlisted in Company I., 1st Iowa Cavalry on June 13, 1861. Landis was soon transferred to the field and staff as regimental Quartermaster on Oct. 7.

Confederate First National Battle Flag captured by John A. Landis, who commanded the 1st Iowa Cavalry battalion, never submitted a formal report and the regiment received no accolades for the action known alternatively as Black Water or Milford. John A. Landis (1835-1915) was born in Xenia, Ohio and was living in Martinsburg, Iowa when he enlisted in Company I., 1st Iowa Cavalry on June 13, 1861. Landis was soon transferred to the field and staff as regimental Quartermaster on Oct. 7.

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