Civil War Talk Radio: March 11, 2005

Air Date: 031105
Subject: Craig L. Symonds: Technological Change and Human Constants
Book: Gettysburg: A Battlefield Atlas & A Battlefield Atlas of the Civil
& Decision At Sea: Five Naval Battles that Shaped American History
Guest: Craig L. Symonds

Summary: Dr. Craig L. Symonds, history professor emeritus at the United
States Naval Academy and author of the Battlefield Atlas of the Civil
War, talks about a range of topics from Confederate generals to Union

Brett’s Summary: Professor Symonds, who teaches at the United States
Naval Academy, discusses his teaching and his books on many topics.
Among other books, Symonds has written Gettysburg: A Battlefield Atlas,
A Battlefield Atlas of the Civil War, and Decision At Sea: Five Naval
Battles that Shaped American History
. Symonds talks about his
differences in opinion on Joseph Johnston with Jack Davis, the surrender
proceedings in North Carolina, some of his background in naval history,
and his books.

Civil War Talk Radio airs most Fridays at 12 PM Pacific on World Talk Radio Studio A. Host Gerry Prokopowicz, the History Chair at East Carolina University in Greenville, North Carolina, interviews a guest each week and discusses their interest in the Civil War. Most interviews center around a book or books if the guest is an author. Other guests over the years have included public Historians such as park rangers and museum curators,wargamers, bloggers, and even a member of an American Civil War Round Table located in London, England.

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