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New York Times - Whose Father Was He?

New York Times - Whose Father Was He?

I’ve always been a huge fan of Errol Morris since his documentary, “The Thin Blue Line.” I still am, especially after coming across this series called “Whose Father Was He?” in the New York Times. It’s an absolutely fascinating series that begins with a picture of three children found clutched in the hand of a dead Union soldier among the thousands of other dead on the fields of Gettysburg, Pennsylvania. 

This five-part series has absorbed my attention for a couple of days. It’s an absolutely amazing journey and well worth the time.

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