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Fake History: The American Civil War, Slavery, and Dissecting the Popular Narrative.

Narrated by: David Manderbach
Length: 11 hrs and 16 mins
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In a straightforward manor; author David Manderbach addresses the inaccuracies of the foundation of the attacks to the Southern Heritage and America's History; the association to Slavery. A fabricated narrative of the Civil War, and the guilt of slavery, that existed since recorded time; has been laid at the feet of the Southern cause and those that celebrate their Southern heritage. The onslaught against all things southern has evolved into like condemnation of America itself, for our founding fathers, our national anthem, and historical figures of all sorts in the move to gain political advantage, create a class of victims with an endless thirst for retribution of slavery that will never be satisfied.

The myth of the occurrences of early America; which all came to a head in 1860; and a war followed; killing 800,000 Americans. This audiobook breaks it down with a summary of early American politics that led to the Civil War, and the war itself.

American history is for all Americans; no matter their forefathers past. The truth of these events must be realized for there to be understanding and true reverence for what our forefathers gave us all today.

©2018 David Koons (P)2019 David Koons

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Eye-opening

Manderbach has taken great pains in his research to tell the entire story of this painful part of American history. It certainly exposes the flaws of what has been promulgated in the history books and by the corrupt main stream media. If nothing else, it reiterates common wisdom in the phrase "there are two sides to every story."