In 1863, the dis-United States were about halfway through the Civil War, (but they didn't know that). When the Union and Confederate armies clashed at a small farming community in southern Pennsylvania that July, it proved to be a turning point in the war. In the February issue, we head to Gettysburg and see what happened over the course of that three-day battle. From the strategy of the military leaders to the townspeople's care of the wounded to the role of news reporters covering the battles, it is all here. And we visit the new museum and visitor center at Gettysburg National Military Park, where the historic Battle of Gettysburg cyclorama has been restored and now hangs in a specially designed 360-degree hall.