1. Federal Naval Operations in the Vicksburg Campaign


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    Historian Terry Winschel describes the important role that the Federal naval forces played in the Vicksburg Campaign.

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    • Kelly's Ford


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      Civil War historian Bud Hall describes the Battle of Kelly's Ford, the first major all-cavalry battle of the American Civil War. Learn more about the Battle of Kelly's Ford at: www.civilwar.org/kellysford

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      • 1863


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        1863 (I.MIN Film) Director: Helga Björg Gylfadóttir Music Composition: David H. Pepper Film Editor: Helga Björg Gylfadóttir Sound Editor: Helga Björg Gylfadóttir Cinematographer: Helga Björg Gylfadóttir Camera Assistant: Eyjólfur Jónsson Go-Pro Camera Assistant: Garðar Björn Garðarson Actors: David H. Pepper: Organist Axel Cortes: The Motorcycle Man aka Deacon of Dark River Script: Helga Björg Gylfadóttir Narrator Voice: David H. Pepper Narrator Voice Recording: Aðalgeir Gestur Vignisson Crew on set: Guðbjörg Sigurðardóttir, Nanna Grettisdóttir, Eyjólfur Jónsson, Garðar Björn Garðarson. Thanks to: Úlfljótsvatnskirkja, Rauði Krossinn Verslun, Sigurður Kristinn Ómarsson, Ágústa Margrét Jóhannsdóttir, Dagur de'Medici Ólafsson og Sindri Þórarinsson & The Icelandic Film School.

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        • The Rapture of 1863 Sound Design


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          This was a really fun project from early 2012. These are two of my favorite sequences.

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          • Magnificent bronze statues and frieze, St Pancras International Station, London..


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            The impressive bronze statue "Meeting Place" by Paul Day at London's magnificent St Pancras International railway station, England's terminal of the Eurostar train service to Paris. The 3D frieze around its base is a brilliant work of art of consummate skill. Nearby is sculptor Martin Jennings's lifelike statue of Sir John Betjeman the Poet Laureate, by whose efforts the station was saved from demolition in the 1960s. On its completion in 1868 the station became the largest enclosed space in the world. was restored in an £800 million project, completed in 2007. Designed by engineer William Barlow in 1863, it is now a Grade 1 Listed Building, one of London's best. Antony Gormley, Richard Dorment and others in the art establishment hate 'Meeting Place'. I disagree.

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            • Mount Defiance Announcement - Governor McDonnell


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              On May 9, 2012, Virginia Governor Bob McDonnell joined the Civil War Trust and local preservationists to present a $432,000 grant to help preserve a 5-acre portion of the Middleburg battlefield known as Mount Defiance.

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              • Battles of Aldie, Middleburg, Upperville


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                Historian and Middleburg resident Childs Burden describes the battles of Aldie, Middleburg, and Upperville, key actions at the beginning of the 1863 Gettysburg Campaign. Learn more at www.civilwar.org

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                • Battle of Middleburg


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                  Historian and Middleburg resident Childs Burden discusses the Battle of Middleburg and the fight for Mount Defiance. In this video, Mr. Burden highlights the aggressive fighting on both sides for this strategic position along the Ashby Gap Turnpike.

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                  • Chancellorsville: An Astonishing Decision


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                    Historian Bob Krick discusses the decision made by Robert E. Lee and Stonewall Jackson to conduct a bold flank attack upon the Union army at Chancellorsville. This video is just one of the many videos that is a part of the Chancellorsville Battle App for iPhones and Android: www.civilwar.org/battleapps

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                    • Chancellorsville: A Fatal Volley


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                      Historian Robert K. Krick describes the mortal wounding of Stonewall Jackson in the woods of Chancellorsville on the night of May 2, 1863. This video is a part of the Chancellorsville Battle App for iPhone and Android smartphones: www.civilwar.org/battleapps

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