Shirkers is term used by soldiers to describe the inevitable cases of their comrades dropping out of the battle due to fatigue or cowering under fire. These re-enactors, exhausted from marching and “fighting” all day, sit amid gun smoke and rest against a grove of trees as the 150th anniversary of the Seven Days Battles rages on.
Elizabethtown, PA 2012
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