Presidents Who Served – George Washington
28:09 | Aug 13th, 2015More Details keyboard_arrow_right
George Washington was not only our countries first President, he was also our military's first commander. But why Washington? What were the events that brought him to, and most importantly made him re...Show More
Georgia On My Mind – Capture of Savannah & Battle of Kettle Creek
35:10 | May 26th, 2016More Details keyboard_arrow_right
After the Battle of Saratoga, it was deemed that the Southern colonies would be high priority targets. Starting with Georgia and South Carolina...
Lee You Had One Job – The Battle of Monmouth
31:43 | May 5th, 2016More Details keyboard_arrow_right
In full retreat from Philadelphia to New York, British Commander Sir Henry Clinton is challenged outside Monmouth Courthouse by none other than George Washington himself.
Spying During the Revolutionary War – Part II
33:50 | Dec 10th, 2015More Details keyboard_arrow_right
We continue with Part II of our discussion on spying during the Revolutionary War, with conversations around the "Turtle", Washington's big communication break, and stories of several of his intellige...Show More
Spying During the Revolutionary War – Part I
29:31 | Dec 3rd, 2015More Details keyboard_arrow_right
There have been TV series and movies that centered around covert activities or spying during the Revolutionary War. What actually happened that you should be aware of?
Benedict Arnold in Quebec – Part II
21:40 | Oct 1st, 2015More Details keyboard_arrow_right
Benedict Arnold and Richard Montgomery make their assault on the fortified city of Quebec in December of 1775. Indecision and poor leadership from Arnold's forces will cost them the battle.
Benedict Arnold in Quebec – Part I
19:28 | Sep 24th, 2015More Details keyboard_arrow_right
Benedict Arnold may be remembered as a famous traitor, but before that he was an accomplished military commander for Colonial forces. George Washington himself gave Arnold his command and set him loos...Show More
Lee’s Special Order and South Mountain
25:48 | Apr 25th, 2019More Details keyboard_arrow_right
Robert E Lee and Special Order 191 and 3 "Gap" battles at the Battle of South Mountain