Since we’re in the midst of commemorating the 70th anniversary of the invasion of Normandy – more commonly known as D-Day – on June 6, 1944 and the 150th anniversary of the American Civil War… Read Entire Article
Social scientists tell us that soldiers fight for one each other more than for any other reason. Defending your unit has been shown to exceed a willingness to die for family, cause or country, and even the fear of capture.…
Pity Abraham Lincoln. Everything that should have gone right for the Union cause in the spring of 1864 had, in just a few weeks, gone defiantly and disastrously wrong. Read Entire Article
Confederate Gen. Robert E. Lee often concluded orders to his generals with polite phrases easily misinterpreted as escape clauses. Read Entire Article
Tobey Maguire and producing partner Matthew Plouffe have acquired movie rights to Peter Carlson’s book “Junius and Albert’s Adventures in the Confederacy: A Civil War Odyssey.” Read Entire Article
As the relatively new medium of photography blossomed during the Civil War years, photographers worked on battlefields and in army camps to capture images of the defining conflict of their time.
It was awfully humid inside the Mozart Hall theater in Louisville, Kentucky, on one Saturday night in March of 1863. Read Entire Article
Of all the American wars in our history there is one that stands out as the most interesting to many of our citizens.The Civil War has that distinction for a variety of reasons. Read Entire Article