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100 years ago last night, Czar Nicholas II and his family were killed by the Bolsheviks near Ekaterinburg, Russia. This was the end of the Romanov Dynasty, which had ruled Russia since 1613. The US representative to Nicholas II’s coronation … Continue reading
Napoleon Bonaparte himself once said, “It is with artillery that war is made.” So too could it then be said that it is with artillery that war is lost. Such was the case atop a ridge outside of Perryville, Kentucky … Continue reading
The Civil War Trust released its latest appeal today, for 70 acres at Perryville. Here’s the link: http://www.civilwar.org/battlefields/perryville/perryville-2016/. (Go ahead, look; I’ll wait.) This is an essential piece of ground for three major reasons.