A history podcast in which Rich & Tracy weave together a chronological narrative of the Civil War era. Visit us at www.civilwarpodcast.org
#407- CHICKAMAUGA (Part the Seventeenth)
In which the big Confederate attack on the morning of the twentieth finally gets underway.
#406- CHICKAMAUGA (Part the Sixteenth)
In which we look at what was going on in both armies before the start of the fighting on the morning of the third (and final) day of the battle.
#405- CHICKAMAUGA (Part the Fifteenth)
In which we look at what was going on with the Confederate high command on the night of September 19.
#404- CHICKAMAUGA (Part the Fourteenth)
In which we talk about the aftermath of the second day of fighting, including important decisions made that night by each army commander.
#403- CHICKAMAUGA (Part the Thirteenth)
In which we look at Cleburne's night attack that ended the fighting on the second day of the battle.
#402- CHICKAMAUGA (Part the Twelfth)
In which the fighting in and around Viniard Field consumes brigade after brigade, as Federals and Confederates continue their struggle for control of the vital La Fayette Road in this sector of the battlefield.
I came across some Civil War focused episodes on the Jocko podcast and wanted to know more. I found The Civil War (1861-1865): A History Podcast and I can’t stop listening. I’m just completely fascinated at learning all this information I thought I understood. Just a great history podcast. I can’t recommend it enough. I’m only on episode 48!
I started at the beginning two weeks ago, and am now up to #40. At this rate I’ll make the current ones by July. I love this. I’m not an historian or even a Civil War junkie, but I did grow up in Gettysburg and do pride myself on some knowledge. This is a great series. Thanks.
Well organized and informative program
Tremendous amount of research done for each episode. Also alternating between male and female voice holds my attention. Half hour (or so) episodes perfect for my morning commute. Can’t recommend this podcast enough for Civil history buffs interested in full details. Just don’t ask Rich about the Confederate Secretary of War.