Archive

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

Episode 105

Dr. Elizabeth Cobbs – The Hello Girls

A bit of a deviation this week as we venture briefly into WWI to discuss the entrance of women into the Armed Services with Dr. Elizabeth Cobbs, however our conversation stretches from the Rev War all the way to WWI.

Episode 104

Andrew Jackson Invades Florida

In our final episode on the First Seminole Wars, we learn about Andrew Jackson's invasions of East and West Florida.

Episode 103

Fowlstown & the Scott Massacre

We'll start with what many historians consider to be the first major action of the First Seminole War and move on towards a riverside massacre known as the Scott Massacre

Episode 003

Justin’s Personal Letters

In this week's Letters from War, I'll be sharing some letters from my personal collection from a young soldier who enlisted in 2000

Episode 102

The Negro Fort

The Battle of Negro Fort was a short military siege in 1816 in which forces of the United States assaulted and managed to blow up an African-American fortified stronghold in the frontier of northern Spanish Florida.

Episode 002

The Perez Drinkwater Letters

Perez Drinkwater was an American POW in England. We'll examine three of the letters written during his captivity.

Episode 101

Intro to the First Seminole War

Our intro to the First Seminole War which has Andrew Jackson invading Spanish owned Florida chasing runaway slaves.

Episode 001

Journal Entries – War of 1812

The first Letters From War episode kicks off with journal entries from young men and women living in America during the War of 1812, including one of the daughters of General Prevost: Anne Prevost.

Episode 100

The USS Constitution

As the oldest ship in the American Navy, the USS Constitution deserves a special place in military history. She's seen duty from the Barbary Wars to the Civil War, and she's still around today. For our 100th episode, we'll take a look at her history.

Episode 099

Treaty of Ghent & The Battle of New Orleans

The Treaty of Ghent ended the war in December of 1814, however the last major battle of the war didn't occur until January 8 of 1815 in New Orleans with American forces under command of Andrew Jackson

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