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The ‘slaves’ who were spies: How black men and women risked their lives by going undercover during the Civil War

Confederate officers thought slaves were powerless and oblivious – they were dead wrong. Leaders in the South would openly discuss troop movements and battle plans and leave important documents right under their noses, without any fear they would comprehend and relay the information. for more click here

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