Category Archives: 9th Indiana Volunteer Infantry

Ambrose Bierce: Spymaster?

Having spent the last several years researching, then writing, about noted American author Ambrose Bierce’s wartime service during the Civil War, one would think by now that I had uncovered all there was to know about the man noted for … Continue reading

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Ambrose Bierce and the Other Flag Debate

  I have already declaimed on the current debate about the Confederate Flag and the ensuing spate political correctness–which I feel is more an exercise in bait and switch than dealing with the real issues–but the Confederate Battle Flag has been … Continue reading

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