The most recent Civil War documentary was The Civil Wars (2018), a five-part series on PBS from the Center for the Study of the Civil War.

Its premise is that a generation of Americans were drawn to the Civil Rights Movement by a series of events, but that the movement itself was a product of an era that had a lot more to do with racism and white supremacy than with its promise of democracy.

The series also featured interviews with former Confederate soldiers, and a number of nonfiction pieces about the Civil Wars, including A Confederacy in Ruins: The Untold Story of the Confederate States of America (2006) and The Battle of Appomattox (2015).

The Civilists (2018).

This year’s series, The Civil States of the South (2018)—a six-part, eight-minute series—is more political, with a focus on the Reconstruction period.

The story is told from the perspective of the Reconstructionist Congress and the Southern states’ efforts to establish a new state in the South and, in particular, a new nation.

It also includes a look at the South’s role in the Civil war, including the Southern strategy to undermine the Union and the Confederate Army.

The Southern Strategy: Why the South Should Win (2018.)

The documentary explores the politics of the Southern Strategy, a plan put forward by former President Andrew Johnson to unite the South in an effort to fight off the forces of the Union.

The strategy focused on two major factors: the need to control the economy and to keep slavery out of the country.

The South would keep slavery in the Union, and Johnson would create a unified southern government that would control the military and law enforcement in the region.

While Johnson did manage to unite Southern voters, the strategy didn’t work.

The War for Southern Independence: The Southern States Struggle for Sovereignty (2018, 2017).

The film tells the story of the southern states’ attempt to secede from the Union after the CivilWar, but it’s a fairly simple story, as there’s little discussion of the war and no clear-cut conclusions.

What’s most interesting is how the filmmakers explain that a lot of the secessionist rhetoric was actually based on the idea that the Southern Confederacy was a real thing.

The Confederacy was created to create a “state of slavery” and was not “a nation of freedom.”

(A Confederacy in America is available in the US and in other languages.)

The South did not secedence, but rather seceded from the federal government in the wake of the War for American Independence, and the Confederacy was, in fact, an actual entity, the documentary notes.

Confederate Soldiers: A Reconstruction History (2018.mp3, 2017.mp2, 2017) is the most recent documentary to focus on a Confederate unit, the 104th Pennsylvania Volunteer Infantry Regiment.

The 104th PVAI Regiment was formed in 1866 to provide soldiers for the U.S. Army, which was fighting in the Confederate forces in Virginia and Georgia.

The regiment is widely recognized for its role in Confederate resistance to the United States government during the war.

It’s important to note that this film isn’t an indictment of the 104s; it’s simply an account of the unit.

As an organization, it was extremely well-equipped and well-trained.

It was not, however, a part of the Confederacy.

It took a series.

Civil War History: The Battle for Appomac (2018)(2018).

The first Civil War film to feature a black participant, the film focuses on the role of the Ulysses S. Grant administration, led by Andrew Johnson.

Johnson had the support of the President himself, and he encouraged the 104-someth Pennsylvania Regiment to fight against the Union army.

The battle in Appomacs territory, which saw a number other Confederate units retreat from the field of battle, was a pivotal moment for the Confederacy and the United Kingdom.

In the film, which features a number black participants, the Confederates are given a great deal of attention.

One of the more notable moments in the film is when a group of African American soldiers are ordered to march to the front of the Confederated army and be killed if they don’t.

The film concludes with a number African Americans marching to the battlefield, but they aren’t allowed to join in the battle.

Confederate History: A National Treasure (2018; 2018.mp4, 2017; 2017.m4v, 2017.) is the latest documentary to include a black person.

It is an exploration of the history of the United Sates from its founding to the present day.

It focuses on President James Buchanan, a man who became the nation’s first black president in 1819.

Buchanan was also a champion of white supremacy and a member of the Ku Klux Klan.

He became the first president in U.C.L.A.’s history to be