Lincoln (1974– )
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The Unwilling Warrior 

Abraham Lincoln learns the art of war in the hope that one day Americans will lay down their swords and shields and study war no more. The story spans the Civil War from 1861 through the Fall of Richmond in April 1865.

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Mary Todd Lincoln
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General George C. McClellan
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William H. Seward
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Simon Cameron
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General Ulysses S. Grant (as Normann Burton)
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John Nicolay (as Michael Ivan Cristofer)
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General Weitzel
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Allan Pinkerton
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Assassin (as John Chandler)
John Levin ...
Ron Hajak ...
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Congressman
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Abraham Lincoln learns the art of war in the hope that one day Americans will lay down their swords and shields and study war no more. The story spans the Civil War from 1861 through the Fall of Richmond in April 1865.

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3 September 1975 (USA)  »

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When Lincoln is shown visiting Richmond, Virginia after its occupation by the Union Army, he passes by the bodies of a number of dead Confederate soldiers lying in the streets, implying there had been a battle for the city. In fact, Confederate General Robert E. Lee's Army of Northern Virginia had abandoned the city without resistance and moved west before the Union forces arrived. See more »

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Abraham Lincoln: War isn't very fair. Some men get killed, and others make a killin'.
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