ECW’s March 2022 newsletter now available
Emerging Civil War’s March 2022 newsletter went out today. Did you get your copy? (If you were expecting one in your email but didn’t get one, check your spam filter.)
In this issue, we’re all fired up! You’ll find…
- Editor-in-Chief Chris Mackowski setting books on fire
- A new set of “5 Questions” highlighting the work of our ECW volunteers, beginning with Managing Editor Sarah Kay Bierle
- new books on the Rev War, the WWII Burma Campaign, and counterfactual Civil War questions
- North Carolina BBQ with Bert, Civil War mascots with Brian, and snow in Georgia with Dave
- and more!
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2 Responses to ECW’s March 2022 newsletter now available
Thank you for this informative website
I enjoyed your remarks on book burning. I buy and read many books on a variety of subjects, but I keep very few books in a bookcase. Upon finishing a book, I normally give books away after reading. I dislike dusty books on a shelf. I just sent your Fredericksburg book to England. If you know anyone who needs a book to read, just let me know. Be safe John McFarland ( see you in August)