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Sir - Steffan Rhys implies ("Words of the Welshmen who fought in the bloody battles of the American Civil War," Aug 9) that most first, second and third generation Welsh in America at the time of the American Civil War fought almost exclusively for the Union.
That's the way Shelby Foote liked it, a folksy man, who made vivid the battles of the American Civil War to a TV audience of millions.
From SSG, "Decisive Battles of the American Civil War, Vols.