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Announcing Our First Ever Civil War Faces Show & Sale

Civil War Faces and Military Images magazine are delighted to announce our first-ever Civil War Faces Show & Sale. Join us March 8-10 in Arlington, Va.,...

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New Senior Editors

Pleased to announce that Military Images is expanding its list of Senior Editors to include two outstanding members of the collecting community: Rich Jahn...

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Where Light Meets Lens

Buck Zaidel is perhaps best known as the co-author of the book, Heroes for All Time: Connecticut Soldiers Tell Their Stories. He is also a savvy collector...

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Portraits on The Point

The rocky outcropping that overlooks Chattanooga, Tenn., became the scene of one the most dramatic moments of the Civil War after Union soldiers raised...

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Jerseymen!

The state of New Jersey’s contribution to Northern arms is evident in the faces and stories of volunteers who served in the Union armies during the Civil...

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Guardians of Honor

Though the standard by which the Medal of Honor is substantially the same as it was during the Civil War, the process by which the awards are made is far...

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Captain Ramsey and the Birth of the “True Blues”

David Wardlaw Ramsey numbered among the first Alabama men to join the army in 1861. Those early, heady days of excitement soon gave way to pain, suffering...

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Finding Aid: Winter 2019

The complete issue Vol. XXXVII, No. 1 (80 pages) Purchase back issue (U.S. only, $12.75) Download PDF ($8.75) Subscribe to MI ($24.95) Explore the MI...

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Military Images Black Friday Deal

Buy a 1-year subscription (4 quarterly issues) and get a second year free! That’s 8 issues for the price of 4. Each issue is 80 pages, full-color...

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Blue, Gray & Khaki: Civil War Veterans and Doughboys

Last autumn, Military Images marked the centennial of World War I with a unique collection of images of Civil War veterans posed with Doughboys. In honor...

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