Update: Thanks to Stuart W. Sanders, who at one time worked as a docent at the Lee Chapel, for providing some context to this discussion. Update #2: Here is W&L president's response to "The Committee." I first heard about this story on one of the Southern Heritage Facebook pages, but now a group of black [...]
Robert E. Lee
Fellow blogger and historian Keith Harris passed along this gem last week. This 1970s faux game show was created by Bernard Wilets and pits Grant against Lee as they debate the central issues of the war and their roles in it. It is well worth watching.
Well, I guess it can be said that at least they tried. [Uploaded to YouTube on March 16, 2014] [Uploaded to YouTube on March 16, 2014]
Here is an interesting little scene from the television series North and South in which Robert E. Lee convenes with Jefferson Davis about a host of military problems early in the war. In discussing the North's strategy to strangle the Confederacy's trade with the rest of the world Davis calls General Winfield Scott a traitor. [...]
I haven't linked to my Old Virginia Blog buddy in quite some time, but in recent weeks my site has received a great deal of attention from his little corner of the Shenandoah Valley. With that in mind I thought I would quickly return the favor by pointing out that Richard William completely missed the [...]