Originally created by Classic Images at the end of their extensive chronicle of of the 125th Anniversary of the Civil War, this hard-to-find 2-hour documentary film was previously only available on VHS and has been out of print for more than 20+ years. Dramatic live battle actions from the 4 years of re-enactments during the 125th Anniversary series of events between 1986 - 1990. Including recreated historical moments using some of the best known re-enactors of that era - many of whom are no longer with us. This story of the Civil War uses footage from all of their previous re-enactment VHS tapes, with outtakes and previously unused footage shot at other events such as at Harper's Ferry and the 'Grand Review' re-enactment in 1990. For anyone who was part of the 125th Anniversary series of re-enactments, this film will bring back memories as it's sort of a 'Greatest Hits' from the re-enactments of that era. Some Classic Re-enacting videos are already searchable on YouTube, but we wanted to start a new series of some rarely or never before seen classics that either only aired once or where short lived and available only to a select few at the time. We hope you enjoy.