Retired Army Brig. Gen. Ty Seidule combines history and memoir, reflecting on Confederate memorials and his education in segregated academies
In wars throughout history, for better or for worse, the clock has always been ticking
Why exactly was Robert E. Lee so opposed to sending help to Mississippi in 1863?
Learn more about Baltimore's Civil War past, when Southern sympathizers attacked Union troops in April 1861—the war’s first blood drawn in action
George B. McClellan is accused of character defects and mental illness for his religious beliefs. But those views were not unique
Frederick, Md., became the scene of epic changes in military medicine during the Civil War
Canister and its forerunner grapeshot were the most fearsome artillery projectiles of the Civil War
From 1907 until 1947 Buffalo Soldiers, known for their exceptional horsemanship, taught white cadets riding skills and tactics at the West Point Military Academy
Personality clash between fiery Rebel commanders comes to a head during the trek to Gettysburg
The congressman did not start out a revolutionary; he became one
Memories, and two ancient trees, linger at Confederate General Leonidas Polk’s mansion, consumed in a postwar blaze
“The statue was installed in 1890, a generation after the Civil War, during the historical movement that sought to undo the results by other means"