Archive

Below is an archive of every episode of the American Military Podcast, ordered chronologically for your enjoyment.

Episode 149

Author Interview: Veronica Kirin – Stories of Elders

Interview with Amazon Best Selling Author Veronica Kirin and her book: Stories of Elders

Episode 148

Second Battle of Bull Run (Part 2)

We continue our conversations of day 2 and day of Second Bull Run / Second Manassas and talk about the fallout of the battle.

Episode 147

Second Battle of Bull Run (Pt I)

We return to Manassas for "round 2" with the second Battle of Bull Run / Manassas

Episode 146

Seven Days Battle

Seven Days of fighting in late June and early July would change the face of the Civil War - as Robert E Lee assumed command of the Confederates and launched an offensive against the Union forces surrounding Richmond

Episode 145

Robert E. Lee

Let's take a look at the life of the Confederate General Robert E Lee

Episode 144

Hanover Courthouse & Seven Pines

Back over in the Virginia Peninsula Campaign, we'll talk about the battle that brings Robert E Lee into command of the Confederate army

Episode 143

Stonewall Jackon’s Valley Campaign

In the spring/summer of 1862 - Stonewall Jackson lead an audacious and stunning campaign that propelled him to military fame in the Shenandoah Valley in Virginia. In this episode, we'll cover that entire campaign!

Episode 142

How can I draw my sword upon Virginia?

Let's jump over from Mississippi to Virginia to talk a little bit about the Peninsula Captain of the Civil War.

Episode 141

The Siege of Corinth

With both sides still reeling from Shiloh - the Union army advances on the retreating Confederate army with hopes of capturing both it - and the railroad junctions at Cornith

Episode 140

The Battle of Shiloh

Shiloh means "Place of Peace" in Hebrew - which was a complete misnomer for two days in April of 1862 as the Union and Confederate armies slugged it out in what was the first "great battle" of the war

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