The Civil War Collection from history offers a comprehensive picture of the war from many perspectives. Gettysburg: The Day That Changed America depicts one of the war’s most significant battles through the eyes of the soldiers fighting on the ground. Raw, immersive and emotional, the groundbreaking film puts viewers inside the epic three-day battle in which 50,000 men lost their lives. Generals of the North and South takes a personal look at the war’s two leading generals, Ulysses S. Grant and Robert E. Lee, revealing the bold choices they made and the almost godlike power they summoned in decisive battles like Vicksburg and Gettysburg, battles that turned the tide of the war. America The Story of UsT shows that while a new type of bullet, the mini ball, served as the great equalizer on the battlefield, the Union’s mastery of technology including railroads, supply lines and the telegram gave them a decisive advantage.