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The Common Soldier of the Civil War – Live Webcast

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common-soldier-civil-warAmerican Military University has partnered with the Weider History Group for a great series of webcasts centered around the Civil War.

Starting tomorrow is the first event in the series:

The Common Soldier of the Civil War
War through the eyes of Billy Yank and Johnny Reb
Tuesday, April 20, 2010 – 11:00 a.m. – 12:00 p.m. ET
While the names and stories of many Civil War heroes often come to mind, have you ever wondered about the common soldier of the Civil War? This webcast will bring to light what it was to be a common soldier of the Civil War, including statistics about the troops, prewar occupations, motivating factors, weaponry, and the solders’ quotes that lived through the war. Learn more >

Register for “The Common Soldier of the Civil War Webcast event >

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