Civil War Journal

  • 1993
  • TV Show
  • None

The War Between the States (1861-65) is chronicled through profiles of historical figures and facts about pivotal events.

The Battle Of 1st Bull Run Trailer
01:28 — The first battle of the Civil War was a stunning victory for the Confederacy led by Stonewall Jackson and a humiliating loss for the Union. It also se (more…)
Sherman And The March To The Sea Trailer
01:50 — On November 15, 1864, Union General William Tecumseh Sherman left Atlanta in flames and began his long, ferocious "March to the Sea," the name most co (more…)
Stonewall Jackson Trailer
01:06 — He earned his nickname at the First Battle of Bull Run when he and his men "stood like a stone wall" against Union forces. "Stonewall" Jackson was wid (more…)
Destiny At Fort Sumter Trailer
01:32 — No lives were lost in the attack on Fort Sumter, the very first military engagement of the Civil War and the Confederacy's first win. Yet the South's (more…)
The 54th Massachusetts Trailer
01:59 — Some members of the Fighting 54th were escaped slaves who wanted a chance at revenge. Others were educated black men who believed in the cause. Was th (more…)
John Brown's War Trailer
01:29 — A radical abolitionist with the fanatical desire to free Southern slaves through armed insurrection, John Brown led a small group of 21 men in a rain (more…)
Robert E. Lee Trailer
01:36 — Many historians feel that the greatest commander of the Civil War may have been the one who lost. Born the son of a Revolutionary War hero, Robert E. (more…)
West Point Classmates-Civil War Enemies Trailer
01:12 — In a great irony, former West Point classmates faced one another on opposite sides of the conflict. As Union Generals Sherman, McClellan, and Grant le (more…)

Cast & Details

  • Premiered: September 8, 1993
  • Rating: None
  • Premise: The War Between the States (1861-65) is chronicled through profiles of historical figures and facts about pivotal events.

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