Tag: antietam

  • June 2008 Book Notes

    Those that can’t write, Review! June 2008 James Durney *************************************************************** Book News Amazon.com has the long awaited MAJOR GENERAL ROBERT E RODES OF THE ARMY OF NORTHERN VIRGINIA: A Biography by Darrell L Collins listed for July. The May Savas Beatie Newsletter has the book listed for June. Also scheduled for June is ONE CONTINUOUS […]

  • Antietam – In Their Quiet Fields II by MMP

    I was a bit surprised to find In Their Quiet Fields II still available for purchase at Multiman Publishing’s Civil War Brigade Series web site. ITQFII recreates the Battle of Antietam at the brigade level with a ground scale of 200 yards per hex. Since the title WAS available, I purchased it. As some of […]

  • Odds & Ends: May 17, 2008

    Everyone reading this knows TOCWOC is a Civil War blog. Odds & Ends does focus on the Civil War, but it does so by looking at blogs and web sites whose main focus often isn’t the Civil War or even history. This particular Odds & Ends has a bit of a wargaming bent this time […]

  • Odds & Ends: May 3, 2008

    It’s time for another edition of O&E for your browsing enjoyment: The Civil War bread riots in Richmond (hat tip to the latest History Carnival) at Axis of Evel Knievel Lee White at Army of Tennessee links to an excellent Grady McWhiney talk on Braxton Bragg An interesting interview of Joseph W. Glatthaar about his […]

  • Odds & Ends: April 22, 2008

    It’s time again for another round of Odds & Ends. As usual, there are a wide variety of topics covered. Blogger and author Dale Cox announces his latest book, The Battle of Massard Prairie Blogger and author Bryan S. Bush announces his new book A Historic Tour of Louisville During the Civil War, due out […]

  • Historic View Restoration at Antietam

    I read with interest Brian Downey’s recent post over at behind AotW about some tree planting efforts near Burnside Bridge on the Antietam Battlefield to form a riparian buffer. Many of you know of the continuing efforts at Gettysburg to restore the battlefield to sight lines more representative of July 1863. After taking in Brian’s […]

  • Human Interest Stories From Antietam: Vignette 4

    Fellow blogger Scott Mingus has been writing a series of books on “Human Interest Stories” of various Civil War campaigns. Recently, I looked at Human Interest Stories from Antietam and promised to provide a few more stories from the book. This is the last of four entries I hope to devote to the subject. I’ll […]