General William Tecumseh Sherman General William Tecumseh Sherman served as a colonel for the Union army at the outbreak of the Civil War. When Ulysses S. Grant was made commander of all United States Armies, he promoted Sherman to commander of the Western theater. Sherman is best known for his “scorched earth” march to the sea, where he drove his forces across Georgia from Atlanta to Savannah, living off the land and destroying everything in sight. Photo: Marion Doss/Creative Commons
The top honor in the ‘Best Feature Film’ category went to Return to the Hiding Place. The film — directed by Peter Spencer and produced by his daughter Petra Pearce — is set in Holland during WWII and follows Corrie ten Boom’s army of untrained teenagers as they navigate a deadly labyrinth of challenges to rescue the Jewish people. ’When the Nazis begin killing Jews in Holland, a group of youth fight to save the lives of the innocent.
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