All posts tagged history

Faith and War, the lot of the regimental chaplain in the civil war

By Phillip Bryant In 1861 the Federal War Department established General Orders #15 for the regulation of chaplains for the provisional army, those volunteer units being called by each state of the Union for the suppression of the rebellion. It was recognized that a chaplain was as much needed for the health of […]

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Blank Books: Imagining a Novel and Keeping Track of the Facts

By Johnnie Alexander Donley Writing an authentic novel that takes place in World War II Europe requires more than just research. It also requires a system for keeping track of the facts and finding the right ones when they’re needed. Helpful websites are easily found again by either bookmarking them or saving them […]

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The Huguenot Sword: A Review

Reviewed By: Mary C. Findley The Huguenot Sword by: Shawn Lamb I am interested in church history, especially regarding Protestants, and as soon as I saw this book I wanted to read it. I got the Amazon Kindle version on a 99 cent Cyber Monday sale after a heads-up from the author on […]

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