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202b -Mark Dunkelman-Who Would Not Be a Soldier?: CWTR Ep. 202b - Part 2 - Mark H. Dunkelman has spent a lifetime researching the story of the 154th New York Volunteer Infantry Regiment. It's a fascinating story, stretching from Chancellorsville to Chattanooga to the March to the Sea. In Brothers One and All: Esprit de Corps in a Civil War Regiment, Dunkelman goes beyond antiquarian detail-mongering to show how the 154th NY became the world in which its members lived, and sometimes died, shedding new light on the importance of the regiment as a community.

202b -Mark Dunkelman-Who Would Not Be a Soldier?: CWTR Ep. 202b - Part 2 - Mark H. Dunkelman has spent a lifetime researching the story of the 154th New York Volunteer Infantry Regiment. It's a fascinating story, stretching from Chancellorsville to Chattanooga to the March to the Sea. In Brothers One and All: Esprit de Corps in a Civil War Regiment, Dunkelman goes beyond antiquarian detail-mongering to show how the 154th NY became the world in which its members lived, and sometimes died, shedding new light on the importance of the regiment as a community.

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202b -Mark Dunkelman-Who Would Not Be a Soldier?: CWTR Ep. 202b - Part 2 - Mark H. Dunkelman has spent a lifetime researching the story of the 154th New York Volunteer Infantry Regiment. It's a fascinating story, stretching from Chancellorsville to Chattanooga to the March to the Sea. In Brothers One and All: Esprit de Corps in a Civil War Regiment, Dunkelman goes beyond antiquarian detail-mongering to show how the 154th NY became the world in which its members lived, and sometimes died, shedding new light on the importance of the regiment as a community.

DeCivil War Talk Radio

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Sep 2, 2005
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Part 2 - Mark H. Dunkelman has spent a lifetime researching the story of the 154th New York Volunteer Infantry Regiment. It's a fascinating story, stretching from Chancellorsville to Chattanooga to the March to the Sea. In Brothers One and All: Esprit de Corps in a Civil War Regiment, Dunkelman goes beyond antiquarian detail-mongering to show how the 154th NY became the world in which its members lived, and sometimes died, shedding new light on the importance of the regiment as a community.
Sortie:
Sep 2, 2005
Format:
Épisode du podcast