Sort of Civil War version of "Schindler's List" looks at the atrocities that occurred in the 1864 prisoner-of-war camp run by the Confederacy in Georgia. The prison originally planned to house 8000, eventually swelled to 33,000 which left little shelter, food or water for the prisoners and unclean conditions.
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Did You Know?
Because Andersonville was the final resting place for thousands of union soldiers, within months of the Civil War's ending, it was made into a national cemetery. Whereas during the war it was the site of such depravity and squalor, it is now a place of peace and beauty with its visiting center, cemetery and picturesque well-groomed grounds that envelope the surrounding rolling hillsides. See more
And what do you call this little piece of heaven?
This? This is Andersonville.