Running The Blockade

Untold Civil War

Feb 2 2022 • 1 hr 4 mins

I sit with John Messner, author of, "A Scottish Blockade Runner In the American Civil War. Joannes Wyllie Of The Steamer Ad-Vance." We will hear the story of a real life Rhett Butler and reveal the "French Connection" type of conspiracy to supply the Confederacy!

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