Daily Archives: January 4, 2021

Wherefore The Tank

In writing this, I feel it is worthwhile to comment at the outset that I am not referring to the tank in its role as a key aspect of armored military technology, but rather in terms of the tank job … Continue reading

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The Civil War Diary 1862-1865 Of Charles H. Lynch

The Civil War Diary 1862-1865 of Charles H. Lynch, 18th Connecticut Volunteers, by Charles H. Lynch One of the more notable aspects of the Civil War is the way that it is viewed by ordinary soldiers. Charles H. Lynch, during … Continue reading

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Book Review: Turn Backward, O Time

Turn Backward, O Time: The Civil War Diary Of Amanda Shelton, by Kathleen S. Hanson Among the more praiseworthy aspects of the growing attention to primary historical sources by female writers is a book like this one, which is of … Continue reading

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Book Review: 1863 Civil War Diary

1863: 1863 Civil War Diary: James M. Hart, 7th Indiana Volunteer Infantry, edited and compiled by Jerry M. Easley In many ways, this book is somewhat disappointing. It is unfortunately all too common for a book like this one to … Continue reading

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