This Podcast aims to bring to light all the stories of the Civil War that remain forgotten and yet, are vital to our understanding of the conflict.
Interview with Matt Callery, host of the Addressing Gettysburg Podcast.
Civil War Podcasting is one of the most effective ways to tell the story of America’s greatest epic to a wide audience. I believe this, or else I wouldn’t have this podcast! But I am not alone. Matt Callery produces the Addressing Gettysburg Podcast and...
Blackguards and Hired Guns: Soldiers of Fortune in the Civil War
Darrell Rivers of Historical Insights Consulting is back to discuss soldiers of fortune and the American Civil War. Hear the story of bankrupt princes, ambitious revolutionaries, and daring adventurers as they navigate their way through the Civil War...
Unusual Weapons of the Civil War.
Rifled Muskets, repeating carbines, revolvers, sabers, horse pistols, and Bowie knives. The Civil War saw the use of a multitude of small arms. Desperate to get the upper hand on their opponent, both sides adopted all sorts of unique, creative, and...
The Real Stonewall, Alexander Hays
Civil War storytelling rock-star Codie Eash comes on the podcast to discuss Alexander Hays, a forgotten hero and personal friend of Grant. Learn how Hays battles a two front war. Hays fights against Confederates to preserve the Union and Washington for...
Civil War in Augmented Reality: The future of Civil War story telling.
On this episode we sit with Michael McGar of QuantumERA, producers of the Gettysburg: A Nation Divided App. This app uses augmented reality, the same technology from Pokemon Go, to tell the story of the Battle of Gettysburg. Learn about the research...
Beyond the Blue and Gray: The Frontier Guard, Lincoln's Personal Protective Detail.
Washington in peril! Lincoln’s own life is at risk! On this episode of our sub-series, “Beyond the blue and gray,” we learn about the 116 men of the Frontier Guard who saved the capital in 1861. To tell this story we have the author of The 116: The True...
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Entertaining and fun
Been a fan from day one! It’s a new take on history stuff you don’t find in your history books!!!
Informative and Fun
Lively interviews with historians and experts, along with original storytelling zooming in on different facets of the American Civil War. The fact that each episode is distinct keeps the show engaging. The host is great; he keeps the atmosphere fun, not stuffy, and his knowledgeability, along with his guests’ expertise, keeps the show academically rigorous.
Entertaining and educational!
Paul and his guests do a great job bringing obscure and unique stories to life. Don’t go another minute missing out on these great stories!