Camp Custer, Michigan

Posted on Sunday, November 8th, 2020

Camp Custer, Michigan
Michigan’s response to America’s entrance into the Great War was to immediately construct a massive facility responsible for preparing its young men for war. Camp Custer, named for Michigan’s Civil War and Indian […]

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The Archangel-Vologda Railroad : “The Railroad Front”

Posted on Sunday, October 25th, 2020

The Archangel-Vologda Railroad connected Archangel with Moscow and Petrograd (St. Petersburg). Its tracks extended south from Archangel about 300 miles to Vologda, a main rail-connecting hub for both Russia’s north-south lines, as well as those […]

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“The Tennesseans in Company ‘L’, 35th Tennessee, typified the fortitude of Confederate troops everywhere.” — America’s Civil War : 1990

Posted on Thursday, October 7th, 2010

During the Civil War there were many units, Northern and Southern, that achieved fame. Some units gained distinction through outstanding valor by participating in some dramatic situation, or simply by being unlucky. But there were […]

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