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  • Out West

    The importance, or lack thereof, of the various western theaters of war The West has achieved new prominence in recent literature on the Civil War and Reconstruction. Some authors...

  • Stonewall’s Greatest Joy

    Cruel war allowed the Confederate general only two chances to see his beloved daughter. ven as Thomas J. “Stonewall” Jackson supervised the movement of his Second Corps from...

  • The War’s Biggest Blunder

    William T. Sherman had many opportunities to capture Augusta’s ordnance complex And didn’t even try In the June issue, we published Part 1 of author Ted Savas’ account of...

  • ‘Long Sol’: The Pugnacious 6-foot-7 Solomon Meredith Cast a Long Shadow Over the Iron Brigade

    resident Abraham Lincoln’s grand review of the Army of the Potomac on April 9, 1863, would be remembered fondly by both awed onlookers and the regiments that paraded before him...


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