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America's Civil War Magazine

6 issues per year : Item # 2310
America's Civil War Magazine provides history enthusiasts with comprehensive and authoritative insights and analysis of the American Civil War, with a strong emphasis on the military aspects of the war, its battles, strategies, leaders and little-known facts. Each issue presents a wide range of articles on different aspects and theatres of the war, beautifully illustrated with historic photographs, period and modern artwork and detailed battle maps.

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Confederate States of America
Confederate States of America
by Howard Means
From the ashes of a divided nation came the Confederate States of America - the capitol is Richmond, and the races are equal but very, very separate. For President Spencer Jefferson Lee - the great-great-grandson of both Jefferson Davis and Robert E. Lee - it's politics as usual. On one side, the lily-white Senate wants quid pro quo; on the other, the all-black House has an agenda of its own. But whatever their differences, the powers-that-be agree on one thing: Utter separation between the races is the key to peace and prosperity. To love someone of the opposite race is to court disaster; to act on that love is to become officially nonexistent. But what Spencer Lee and his black friend, Vice President Nathan Winston, are about to learn is that love is beyond the law.
Voices of the Civil War: Antietam: Lee Strikes North
Voices of the Civil War: Antietam: Lee Strikes North
Narrator: Kent Broadhurst, Ralph Byers, and more
In early September, 1862, a freshly victorious Confederate Army led by master strategist General Robert E. Lee was poised at the doorstep of Washington D.C. Lee was determined to play his position to fullest advantage by carrying the war onto Northern soil for the first time. With the battle cry of "On to Maryland," Lee's ragged troops crossed the Potomac. In this Time Life AudioBook, letters, journal entries and reports chronicle the bloody battle which left 4,000 men from both armies killed, wounded or captured in the desperate struggle to repel the first Confederate invasion of Union territory.
John Ransom's Diary: Andersonville
John Ransom's Diary: Andersonville
by John L. Ransom
Almost 10 times as many men died in the Civil War prison camps of the North and South as were killed at the Battle of Gettysburg. One such camp was Andersonville, where Union soldiers like Brigade Quartermaster John L. Ransom of the Ninth Michigan Cavalry, were subjected to hunger, disease, cruelty, and despair. Captured in November 1863, Ransom kept his spirits and courage up enough to survive and record this compelling true account of his experiences.
The Personal Memoirs of U.S. Grant, Part 2: March 4, 1861 - March 26, 1864
The Personal Memoirs of U.S. Grant, Part 2: March 4, 1861 - March 26, 1864
by Ulysses S. Grant
Covering the pivotal years 1861-1864, General Ulysses S. Grant leads us in his own words from Fort Sumter to his appointment as commander of all the armies of the North. Grant remembers his experiences with the key players of the day, takes us onto the battlefields, and recounts the twists and turns of fate. Grant was a failed peacetime soldier, failed farmer, failed woodcutter, failed bill collector, and 38-year-old clerk in a harness store in the spring of 1861. By 1864, he was directing all the Union forces.
Mosby's Men
Mosby's Men
by John H. Alexander
Mosby's Men is John H. Alexander's eyewitness account of his days with Mosby's Confederate Raiders, a small band of about 400 rough riders who chased 40,000 Union soldiers during the height of the Civil War. Riding 50 miles a day with very little rest, Mosby's Men perfected the "skedaddle," a baffling, highly effective guerrilla tactic that enabled them to make sneak attacks, evade capture, and constantly traverse enemy territory. The Raiders gained great acclaim in the Confederacy for their success, and ultimately forced the Union soldiers to within 50 miles of their capital. Alexander's detailed, down-to-earth, disarming account makes Mosby's Men an essential memoir about the Civil War and some of its most daring soldiers.
The Battle of Gettysburg
The Battle of Gettysburg
by Frank Haskell
What really happened at the Battle of Gettysburg? Frank Haskell was there: a young officer in the Army of the Potomac. Here is his eyewitness report - written only days after the event. An intelligent and insightful soldier, he made valuable observations of the battle and its participants. Stand with him at the wall and relive Pickett's charge.
Confederates in the Attic: Dispatches from the Unfinished Civil War
Confederates in the Attic: Dispatches from the Unfinished Civil War
by Tony Horwitz
When prize-winning war correspondent Tony Horwitz leaves the battlefields of Bosnia and the Middle East for a peaceful corner of the Blue Ridge Mountains, he thinks he's put war zones behind him. But awakened one morning by the crackle of musket fire, Horwitz starts filing front-line dispatches again - this time from a war close to home, and to his own heart.
Propelled by his boyhood passion for the Civil-War, Horwitz embarks on a search for places and people still held in thrall by America's greatest conflict. The result is an adventure into the soul of the unvanquished South, where the ghosts of the Lost Cause are resurrected through ritual and remembrance.
In Virginia, Horwitz joins a band of "hardcore" reenactors who crash-diet to achieve the hollow-eyed look of starved Confederates; in Kentucky, he witnesses Klan rallies and calls for race war sparked by the killing of a white man who brandishes a rebel flag; and in the book's climax, Horwitz takes a marathon trek from Antietam to Gettysburg to Appomattox in the company of Robert Lee Hodge, an eccentric pilgrim who dubs their odyssey the "Civil Wargasm."

Don't Know Much About the Civil War
Don't Know Much About the Civil War
by Kenneth C. Davis
Don't Know Much About® the Civil War: Everything You Need to Know About America's Greatest Conflict but Never Learned. What was the leading cause of death among Civil War soldiers? Why did Robert E. Lee resign from the U.S. Army? Which group was exempt from the Confederate draft? Whom did the Emancipation Proclamation emancipate? Was the Gettysburg Address truly written on the back of an envelope? Did General Sherman really say, "War is hell"?
If you can't answer most of these questions, you're not alone. Millions of Americans, bored by dull textbooks, are in the dark about the most significant event in American history. Too many others thought they learned it all from Gone with the Wind.
Best selling author Kenneth C. Davis sheds light on these and other questions about America's greatest conflict in this fascinating program, providing listeners with everything they "need to know" about the Civil War. With his deft wit and unconventional style, Davis sorts out the players, the politics, and the key events. Drawing on moving eyewitness accounts of the people who lived through the war, he brings listeners into the world of the ordinary men and women who made history - the side of the story that textbooks never tell.



























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