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    Fisher's Hill | Sulphur Creek Trestle | Fort Davidson

    14 JUN. 2024 · Another week, another 3 battles! First up is the battle of Fisher's Hill on September 21-22, 1864 as part of the Valley Campaigns. Union Mj. Gen Philip Sheridan and Confederate Lt. Gen. Jubal Early are facing off once again.   The second battle of the episode is the battle of Sulphur Creek Trestle fought near Athens, Alabama from September 23-25. Confederate Nathan Bedford Forrest leads his troops in northern Alabama to disrupt William T. Sherman's supply line.   Our final battle is the battle of Fort Davidson on September 27th in Missouri. Confederate Maj. Gen. Sterling Price looks to challenge Union control in the state and decides to attempt to take the fort.   Subscribe to our YouTube! youtube.com/@bangdangnetwork
    Escuchado 29m 9s
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    Third Winchester

    8 JUN. 2024 · This week we cover one of the largest and bloodiest battles in the Shenandoah Valley in the entire war. Union Major General Philip Sheridan battled Confederate Lieutenant General Jubal Early at the Third Battle Of Winchester on September 19th, 1864 near Winchester, Virginia.   Subscribe to our YouTube! youtube.com/@bangdangnetwork
    Escuchado 1h 4m 49s
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    Jonesborough

    1 JUN. 2024 · It's the final battle in the Atlanta Campaign as Sherman's Union Army looks to finally take the city. The battle of Jonesborough took place August 31–September 1, 1864, and resulted in the only time a frontal assault by the Union was successful. The victory here sealed the presidential election for Abe Lincoln.   Subscribe to our YouTube! youtube.com/@bangdangnetwork
    Escuchado 54m 58s
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    Second Memphis | Summit Point | Second Ream's Station | Smithfield Station

    24 MAY. 2024 · This week we another 4 battles, but also another short episode. At the second battle of Memphis, August 21st, 1864, Confederate Maj. Gen. Nathan Bedford Forrest raid the Union held city of Memphis. Also August 21st, it's the battle of of Summit Point, West Virginia as the second battle of the Shenandoah Valley Campaign. We head back to the Siege of Petersburg on August 25th where the Union attempt to destroy the Petersburg Railroad, which was a vital supply line for Robert E. Lee and his army. Finally, we end with another battle in the Shenandoah Valley Campaign with the battle of Smithfield Crossing on August 25th-29th where Philip Sheridan and his army are still trying to get Jubal Early under control. Subscribe to our YouTube! youtube.com/@bangdangnetwork
    Escuchado 27m 57s
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    Guard Hill | Gainesville | Globe's Tavern | Lovejoy's Station

    17 MAY. 2024 · This week we have a super short episode with 4 super short battles. It's the battle of Guard Hill, the battle of Gainesville, the battle of Globe's Tavern, and the battle of Lovejoy's Station. All of these take place between August 16th-20th, 1864. The most significant of these battles, Globe Hill, resulted in the Union finally getting a victory at Petersburg and tearing up railroad track that the Rebels couldn't repair.   Subscribe to our YouTube! youtube.com/@bangdangnetwork
    Escuchado 22m 37s
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    Utoy Creek | Moorefield | Second Dalton | Second Deep Bottom

    9 MAY. 2024 · Another week and another 4 battles! First up, it's the small battle of Utoy Creek on August 4th-7th, 1864 of the Atlanta Campaign where Union troops attempt to damage rail lines.   The battle of Moorefield occurred August 7th near Moorefield, West Virginia where Jubal Early is still causing trouble.   Then it's the small battles of Second Dalton and Second Deep Bottom. Part of the Atlanta Campaign and Seige Of Petersburg, respectively.   Subscribe to our YouTube! youtube.com/@bangdangnetwork
    Escuchado 47m 24s
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    Brown's Mill | Fort Smith | Folck's Mill | Mobile Bay

    3 MAY. 2024 · Four more battles on this week's episode starting out with the small battles of Brown's Mill of the Atlanta Campaign, Fort Smith in Arkansas, and Folck's Mill as part of Early's raid on the B&O Railroad.   For our big battle of the episode, we head to Alabama for the battle of Mobile Bay where the Union Navy battles the Confederate Navy for control of the bay. This was the last Naval battle in Alabama during the war.   Subscribe to our YouTube! youtube.com/@bangdangnetwork
    Escuchado 49m 14s
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    Ezra Church | Killdeer Mountain | The Crater

    26 ABR. 2024 · Coming up this week, we have 3 battles. One from the Atlanta Campaign, one from the Siege Of Petersburg, and one in Dakota Territory against the Sioux.   First up, on July 28th, 1864, in Fulton County, GA, it's the battle of Ezra Church where the Atlanta Campaign continues.   Our second battle is the battle of Killdeer Mountain in Dakota Territory on July 28th-29th. Union BG Alfred Sully lead an expedition against the Sioux in what was the largest ever carried out against Native Americans by the U.S.   Finally, our third battle is the Battle Of The Crater on July 30th. The Siege of Petersburg continues with this battle being notable for the Union exploding a mine under Confederate positions that created a crater that was 170 west long, 100 feet wide and at least 30 feet deep.   Subscribe to our YouTube! youtube.com/@bangdangnetwork
    Escuchado 43m
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    Rutherford's Farm | Atlanta | Second Kernstown | Deep Bottom

    19 ABR. 2024 · Another week and another four battles. First up, it's Rutherford's Farm July 20th, 1864 in Frederick County, VA as Jubal Early continues his move away from Washington.  In the big battle of the episode it's the Battle Of Atlanta on July 22nd as Sherman looks to finally take Atlanta once and for all. Jubal Early is at it again at the Second Battle Of Kernstown on July 24th where he launches the last major raid in Union territory in the war. At the First Battle Of Deep Bottom on July 27th-29th as part of the Siege Of Petersburg. Subscribe to our YouTube! youtube.com/@bangdangnetwork
    Escuchado 39m 59s
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    Camden Point | Tupelo | Cool Spring | Peachtree Creek

    15 ABR. 2024 · Coming up this week we are covering four battles from three campaigns. First up is the small battle of Camden Point in Missouri on July 13th, 1864. Part of the Paw Paw Rebellion, Union soldiers attacked Confederates who were caught by surprise as they were having a picnic.   The battle of Tupelo was fought July 14th-15th where Union troops battle Confederate forces to ensure the safety of Sherman's supply lines for the Atlanta Campaign.   At the battle of Cool Spring in Clarke County, Virginia on July 17th-18th, where Jubal Early continues to make his way back from the Washington D.C. area.   Our last battle of the episode is the Battle Of Peachtree Creek in the Atlanta Campaign on July 20th. Confederate Lt. Gen. John Bell Hood launches his first major attack against Sherman since taking control of the Army Of Tennessee from Joseph E. Johnston.   Subscribe to our YouTube! youtube.com/@bangdangnetwork
    Escuchado 33m 24s

The bloodiest war on American soil. States vs. States. Brothers vs. Brothers. There were over 380 official battles in the Civil War and we are here to re-live every single...

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The bloodiest war on American soil. States vs. States. Brothers vs. Brothers. There were over 380 official battles in the Civil War and we are here to re-live every single one of them. We mix our blend of non PC, humor and fun banter to give you a Civil War podcast like you have never heard before! Welcome to Battles Of The American Civil War!
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