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As a heads up, Emerging Civil War is in the middle of a site upgrade. That’s why things seem so relatively quiet at the moment. Please bear with us. We’ll be up and rolling with new content soon. In the … Continue reading
Was the Union blockage of the South legal? Was it effective in the tactical objective of stopping commerce? Did it achieve the strategic goal of significantly reducing Confederate resources, morale, and military capability, and thereby facilitating victory?
Emerging Civil War extends a sincere “thank you” to military veterans for their service. You have or are currently defending freedom and justice. You keep America safe. We honor your commitment to keeping the Stars and Stripes flying. Thank you! … Continue reading
We just wanted to say “Thanks” to historian A. Wilson Greene, executive director of Pamplin Historical Park in Petersburg, Virginia. During Pamplin’s 20th annual Civil War Symposium last month, Will gave Emerging Civil War a wonderful shout-out:
What is your favorite late autumn battle, campaign, or other military movement to study? Note: “late autumn” refers to October, November, and the very beginning of December.
November: 1st: Chris Mackowski, “Grant’s Last Battle,” Hornell Public Library, Hornell, NY 9th: Edward Alexander, “The Battle of Rappahannock Station,” Central Ohio Civil War Roundtable, Columbus, OH
As part of our fifth anniversary, Emerging Civil War has been working on a number of updates for our readers. Check back to the site next week for more details. As always, we thank all of our readers for their … Continue reading