CWT Presents <Redo June 12> Harold M. Knudsen - The Confederacy's Most Modern General: James Longstreet and the American Civil War

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Saturday, June 12, 2021, at 7:30pm EDT
CivilWarTalk Presents:
Harold M. Knudsen
author of

The Confederacy's Most Modern General:
James Longstreet and the American Civil War

in a Free Live Video Presentation

<Redo of previous event interrupted by Zoom technical issues*>

The Civil War is often called the first “modern war.” Sandwiched between the Napoleonic Wars and World War I, the Civil War spawned a host of “firsts” and is often looked upon as a precursor to the larger and more deadly 20th century conflicts. Confederate General James Longstreet made some of the most profound modern contributions to the art of war. Retired Lieutenant Colonel Harold M. Knudsen explains what he did and how he did it in The Confederacy’s Most Modern General: James Longstreet and the American Civil War.

LTC Knudsen is an Illinois native. His career spans twenty five years of active duty Army service, and includes seven resident career artillery, command and staff Army schools and colleges. He has many years of tactical experience in the integration of fire support into maneuver plans and fire control computation for cannon units. He spent nine years in Germany training tactics offensive armored warfare, as well as peace-keeping and counter-insurgency training. A combat veteran of Desert Storm, he performed extensive artillery fire planning and execution in support of the U.S. breakthrough of the Iraqi line and penetration into Iraq. He has also served in the Iraq Campaign. His years of staff work at the Corps, Army, and Pentagon levels give him a strong understanding of army operations from the lowest to highest levels.

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*This is redo of the presentation previously scheduled for May 26th. That presentation was interrupted by a regional Zoom outage. We are grateful to LTC Knudsen for his understanding, flexibility, and willingness to reschedule. If you missed it the first time or if you were one of the 70+/- people who lost connection, here's your chance! 7:30pm EDT on Saturday, June 12th. The last event overfilled so we expect a HUGE crowd! Seating is limited to 100 people in the Zoom room. Please do not delay; register today to reserve your seat!
 
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