Andersonville in The Guns of the South Edit
Lt. Colonel Henry Pleasants of the Union Army was one of many prisoners of war who were sent to Andersonville during the Second American Revolution. Since he was captured shortly before the end of the war, he didn't suffer much during his imprisonment in the infamous Confederate prison.
Andersonville in Southern Victory Edit
The Confederate States built prisoner of war camp for officers near Andersonville, Georgia during the Second Great War. With time, the prison also came to be known as "Andersonville". Its prisoners included Jonathan Moss, Nick Cantarella, and Monty Summers. An attempt by the prisoners to dig a tunnel in 1942 was foiled when a heavy rain caused the tunnel to collapse, revealing its location. Later that year, a tornado breached the camp's perimeter, and several prisoners escaped, including Moss and Cantarella.