ANDERSONVILLE’S MARTYR REMEMBERED THIS SUNDAY . (ALBANY, GA – November 8, 2013) This Sunday afternoon at 3 p.m. is the annual memorial service honoring Capt. Henry Wirz, the Southern commander of Andersonville, Georgia during the late War Between the States and the scapegoat used by federal officials to cover up their own atrocities after the War. Hanged by federal officials shortly following the War, Captain Wirz has a tall obelisk monument dedicated to his memory in downtown Andersonville, and natives […]
There are now more than 100,000 CD’s of “The Truth About the Confederate Battle Flag” that have been distributed worldwide through the efforts of the Georgia Division. Why not order a stack today to give away to your friends who love Southern Heritage… and to those who need to learn the truth?! Get yours HERE!
You’ve heard about the tragedy at Andersonville… but what have you heard about the Confederate POW camps up north during the War in which multiplied thousands of Southerners were intentionally deprived of food, shelter, and medical provisions. Unlike the situation with the Yankee POW’s at Andersonville, Union troops had more than enough provisions for the Confederate POW’s in their care but intentionally starved thousands to death, sometimes with rations sitting spoiling in warehouses just feet away from the malnourished prisoners. […]
The Georgia Division isn’t settling for just protecting the monuments of our Southern heroes like the gallant equestrian statue of General John B. Gordon at the state capitol… we’re erecting more new monuments each year than any other Division in the Confederacy! Get onboard with the Georgia Division today!
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The annual Robert E. Lee Birthday Celebration will be held on Saturday, January 18, 2014 at the old state capitol in Milledgeville. We will assemble for the parade and fellowship from 10:15 to 10:45 at the old Governor’s Mansion located at 120 S. Clarke St, Milledgeville. The parade will begin promptly at 10:45 and will proceed to the Capitol Building located on the grounds of Georgia Military College at 201 E. Greene St, Milledgeville.The proceedings will take place inside the […]
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