Category: History

The Division That Led to Blood

This event only galvanized both sides. As blood flowed in Kansas, and the US Congress became increasingly more and more divided, people started to fear for the future of the US. Things came to a head in 1859, when a single spark lit the fuse.

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Old War Horses

There is something about old military rifles that has always caught my eye. Especially American service rifles from the world wars. Many other nations for sure had serviceable arms, the British with their remarkable Lee-Enfield, and the Germans have their Mauser. I’ve always hated French guns, they are surely the ugliest rifles known to mankind. I would, however, gladly use a Lebel or a Berthier for a boat anchor.

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The First American Regiment, the Beginning of the US Army

After the end of the Revolutionary War, the United States of America had come to be from 13 squabbling colonies, bound together by the fiery test of War.  The years directly after the Revolution were uncertain times for this new Nation.  Unrest on the Frontier, the threat of rebellion and foreign invasion were always tapping on the shoulder of this new Republic.

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