Civil War Talk Radio: February 25, 2005

by Brett Schulte on February 25, 2005 · 0 comments

Air Date: 022505
Subject: William C. Davis: Beyond the Civil War?
Books: Too many to count!
Guest: William C. Davis

Summary: Prolific Civil War author William C. “Jack” Davis shares observations based on a lifetime of research, and talks about new directions for the future

Brett’s Summary: Jack Davis, author of quite a large number of books on the Civil War, including biographies of Jefferson Davis and John C. Breckinridge and a tactical study on the battle of New Market.  Davis started the hour discussing Civil War magazines, especially Civil War Time Illustrated, where he was the editor for quite some time.  The rest of the hour is filled with too many topics to mention here.  Davis is fun to listen to and this episode flew by.  You definitely do not want to miss it!

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