The Civil War's Valley Forge.

Untold Civil War

Oct 1 2021 • 27 mins

This episode is dedicated to the late Albert Connor, the man who did the research and pinpointed the moment the Army of the Potomac made its Rocky Balboa comeback and won the War. This is what this podcast is about, those untold stories that are so impactful to our understanding of the conflict. Albert Conner found and brought to light one of these stories in his book, Seizing Destiny: The Army of the Potomac’s Valley Forge and the Civil War Winter that saved the Union. I sit with co-author Chris Mackowski to discuss this great topic.

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