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    Francis E Brownell -Co A 11th NY Vol. Fire Zouaves. Private Brownell is the soldier that killed James Jackson (the proprietor of the Marshall House) after Jackson killed Colonel Elmer Ellsworth for pulling down the large Confederate flag at the Marshall House.Alexandria Va

    The last WWII soldier: didn't surrender until 1974!

    Civil War soldier from California. Probably embalmed and photographed after getting killed in battle. Close examination shows a barely-visible stand behind his feet holding him up. Left hand is in unnatural position, and face is devoid of any expression.

    Confederate Soldier

    U.S Soldier .

    Soldiers killed during the First Battle of Bull Run, possibly the earliest surviving Civil War photograph to document the dead after a battle, July 1861.

    One of the 'fortunate' soldiers that survived the horrors at the Andersonville Prison Camp

    Union Private John Jefferson Williams was killed May 13th 1865; he is thought to be last soldier killed in the Civil War.

    Private William Cecil Tickle ("Billie Boy") enlisted on 7 September 1914 and was accepted although he was under age. He was killed on 3 July 1916, aged 17, during the Battle of the Somme.

    Confederate soldiers thought to be of the 20th Tennessee Infantry taken at Rock Island prison sometime during the winter of 1863-1864

    Three brothers Confederate Soldiers, Artillerymen. Probably 1861.

    Two 150-year-old dolls have been x-rayed in a bid to discover if they were used by Confederate soldiers to smuggle medical supplies past Union blockades during the U.S. Civil War. It is thought the large dolls – Nina and Lucy Ann – had their hollowed out papier-mache heads stuffed with quinine or morphine for wounded and malaria-stricken Confederate troops.

    Rocky Hill Castle is a historic plantation home in Courtland, Alabama. Built in the 1820's, but when the Civil War broke out it was used by Confederates as a hospital. Some say that the spirits of Civil War soldiers and tortured slaves haunt the premises, as well as the mysterious 'lady in blue'.

    William T. Biedler CSA, abt 15 years old.

    A Black Union Solder and his wife during The Civil War

    Defeat of the Nazis.

    Young Confederate Soldier wearing Battle Shirt and proudly displaying Bowie Knife.

    Confederate Veteran ... a number of blacks served in the Confederate Army as soldiers. Historians and students of history agree that blacks served by the thousands in the Confederate Army, but they will dispute, however, that these blacks served as soldiers, and will dismiss their service as that of servants attached to the Army. Not so however.

    Confederate Soldier with carbine. Many soldiers wore their hats as tri-corns invoking the Revolutionary spirit of '76.

    Civil War Photo Print 2 Confederate Soldiers

    A woman disguised as a male soldier