British Citizenry Role in the Civil War
his was part of the series The Civil War: 150 Years, a program of the New York Historical Society Bernard and Irene Schwartz Distinguished Speakers Series, presented at the New York Society for Ethical Culture.
Oxford historian Amanda Foreman talked about the many British citizens that fought on both sides of the American Civil War for a host of personal and political reasons. She was interviewed on stage by Harold Holzer and responded to questions from members of the audience.
his was part of the series The Civil War: 150 Years, a program of the New York Historical Society Bernard and Irene Schwartz Distinguished Speakers Series, presented at the New York Society for Ethical Culture. close
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Amanda Foreman Visiting Scholar Arts and Humanities Research Board->Centre for Editing Lives and Letters
Harold Holzer Chair Lincoln (Abraham) Bicentennial Foundation
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