Peter Dykstra: COAL: The War Years

October 10, 2016 – Last weekend in the southwestern Georgia town of Andersonville, a large crowd gathered to watch two mock battles, buy souvenirs, eat, drink, dance and soak in the nostalgia of the War Crimes Capital of America. For its short 14-month lifetime, Andersonville’s Camp Sumter was the epitome of military barbarism: Malnutrition, dysentery, […]