Between December 11 and 15, 1862, over 200,000 men clashed in and around Fredericksburg, Virginia. The battle is universally regarded as a one-sided slaughter and a resounding Confederate victory.
Confederate soldiers, easily recognizable by their grey uniforms, are depicted on this embroidered patch engaging in combat from behind a cobblestone wall along the Sunken Road. A notable portion of the third day of fighting.
This circular embroidered patch memorializes the fierce fighting in Fredericksburg that lead to over 18,000 casualties. This patch is a great way to pay tribute to relatives that participated in the battle, or show your fondness for history. It also makes a great gift to the Civil War buff in your life!
- Patch Measure Approximately: 4" Diameter
- Type: Embroidered
- Iron-On Ready
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