Teaching the Civil War Podcast Episode 32 – Leadership

by fifer1863 on November 21, 2012

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Thanks for staying subscribed to my podcast and I hope you enjoy listening. In this episode I talk about Civil War leadership and how both Armies were structured during the Civil War.  Everything from privates to colonels, regiments and corps.

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From Regiment to President: The Structure and Command of Civil War Armies

 

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Paul Nienhaus April 4, 2016 at 9:50 pm

Really enjoyed your “Now and Then”. Gettysburg is one of my favorite places to visit. I am an avid photographer and fully appreciate the time and effort it took to find so many of these sites. I’ve seen many of the “Then” pictures before and and very familiar with the size and scope of the Gettysburg battlefield.That it was also a 3 day battle. On my next visit I look forward to ascertaining the progress that the park is making in the wonderful long-term plan to return Gettysburg to its 1863 appearance(to the best of their abilities that is). Good Job

Sincerely
Paul Nienhaus

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