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A Million Hells of Screaming Flame: Shiloh

We remember one of the most significant battles of the war and the Western Theater through representative portraits and stories of more than two dozen...

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Reunion and Reconciliation at the Point

In our third and final installment tracing the history of Lookout Mountain and Chattanooga, Tenn., before, during and after the Civil War, Dr. Anthony...

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Requiescat in Pace

A newspaper ad for Mathew Brady’s New York City gallery warned readers, “Never delay the important business of getting your Portrait; you cannot tell...

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Hidden in Plain Sight?

An iconic Mathew Brady photograph of Confederate prisoners of war at White House Landing in Virginia is a study in contrasts. One of them is the presence...

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A New Look at Old Abe’s Color Guard

Three researchers at Indiana University-Purdue University Indianapolis use classic and cutting edge techniques to reexamine the identities of soldiers...

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Red-Whiskered Artillery Genius

Jacob Roemer’s military exploits are largely forgotten. In his four years as captain of the 2nd New York Light Artillery, the German immigrant survived...

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Legacy Fulfilled

Virginia’s William Rice Jones left his beloved West Point as a matter of honor and principle after his home state seceded and cast his lot with the Confederate...

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Finding Aid: Spring 2019

The complete issue Vol. XXXVII, No. 2(80 pages) Purchase back issue (U.S. only, $12.75)Purchase PDF ($8.75)Subscribe to MI ($24.95)Explore the...

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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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