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Addressing Gettysburg Podcast

Sep 27, 2021

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75 years after the...


Sep 20, 2021

LBG Rob Abbott makes his debut on the show to talk about Confederate Artillery Leadership at Gettysburg. He is also giving a tour on the subject this month on September 26, 2021. Here's the description:

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Confederate Artillery Leadership at Gettysburg”  featuring LBG Rob Abbott

The only Confederate artillery...


Sep 15, 2021

Chris Gwinn, Chief of Interpretation at GNMP, is back to tell us what interpretation programs we can expect this Fall and to answer your questions. And YES he does put the question of Little around Too closing to bed (hopefully) for once and for all.  

 

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Sep 13, 2021

Originally released on December 11, 2019 on our Patreon feed.
Lieutenant General James Longstreet is one of the more controversial figures of the war and, especially, the Battle of Gettysburg. But does the blame for the Confederate defeat at Gettysburg really rest on his shoulders? Author Cory M. Pfarr has had enough...


Sep 6, 2021

Tracy Baer stops by to talk about a fascinating, yet, rarely discussed aspect of the Gettysburg Campaign: the Army of Northern Virginia's wagon train during the retreat. The common information is that the train stretched 17 miles, but Tracy makes a good case as to why it was most likely much longer. 

 

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