Was at a book signing with Jeff Shaara and he was asked when will they be making the third movie. Jeff just laughed and said not after God and Generals!Word was they didn't make the movie of the third book because GODS AND GENERALS was a flop at the Theaters and did not make a profit.
There were 16 men known to have been mounted during the attack.I always believed that Garnett was the only officer in the attack on horseback. In the movie there were many more including Kemper. Does any one the true account?
Thanks for the information. If Kemper and Garnett were mounted, why wasn't Armistead?
You had a LBG guide drive your car in spring of 2020? I thought that they had stopped tours in March when the pandemic hit. Later that summer when they again started tours, you had to follow their car with your car. I don't know when they will return to the normal procedure.Has anyone on this forum had a chance to actually visit the Gettysburg battlefield, the visitors center and gotten to know any of the 7 fulltime park rangers? WOW! That's a fabulous experience I just learned last week.... Most of the rangers favor the North but a couple have Southern leanings. Considering how we all feel different about the war, it's causes and the way we look at the ending, that's not surprising. Also, if you would like a personalized auto tour of the battlefield, something I did in the cool spring of last year, 2020, you'll be amazed how much you'll learn when you have a licensed guide personally meet you in the parking lot of the visitor's center, drive your car and take you around the complete battlefield. It'll cost around $100 not including tip and takes 2 - 3 hours. But boy is it worth it! However, don't go in the heat of the summer. Try and do it in the fall or in the spring. You'll thank me later!
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