What Is The 54th Regiment In Undying Glory

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In Undying Glory I like how the 54th regiment never gave up for fighting for freedom. I like how Colonel Shaw never gave up on the regiment he was commanding after they had fail the President. I disliked how Colonel Montgomery shot one of the soldiers and wanted to throw him off the ship and i dislike that Colonel Montgomery because he had no respect for the 54th regiment. Like how it shows you pictures of what of men who fought and memorials of the 54th regiment. I disliked that people treated the 54th regiment like if they didn’t have those uniforms on.

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