In our efforts to expand our digital American Civil War offerings, we have just added our latest Civil War product: The Atlas to Accompany the Official Records of the Union and Confederate Armies (AKA the War of the Rebellion Atlas.)

The atlas contains a total of 203 pages broken into four sections:

  • Indexes and tables of contents.
  • Maps: A total of 156 plates containing maps ranging from small-scale engagements to regional views and date-specific snapshots of long-running sieges like Vicksburg and Atlanta.
  • Illustrations based on photographs: Twelve plates that include images of Charleston Harbor and Ft. Sumter, Missionary Ridge and various elements of mid-nineteenth century warfare.
  • Illustrations and technical drawings: Ten plates containing diagrams of defensive elements (redoubts, redans, and forts, for example), equipment and armaments, uniforms, and flags.

Each of the digital images in this collection can be expanded to show incredible detail. It is a must have companion product to your copy of the Master Edition of  The War of the Rebellion: a Compilation of the Official Records of the Union and Confederate Armies.

For full details, visit The Atlas to Accompany the Official Records
of the Union and Confederate Armies
(AKA the War of the Rebellion Atlas) details page.

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6 Responses to “The War of the Rebellion Atlas DVD”

  • Debra Boulier:

    I am definitely interested in the DVD collection. The war in itself was such an awful thing to happen, lots of lives lost needlessly. It is so important for people to realize today at what cost they have their freedoms and rights.

  • Chris W.:

    The War of the Rebellion Atlas DVD sounds like a must-have collection for any serious Civil War buff. As I am a student of history and the great-great granddaughter of Civil War veterans, I have always had an interest in the Civil War. This atlas sounds like a great tool to bring the conflict to life and make the official records of the Union and Confederate armies more meaningful.

  • History is full of many interesting stories. My favorite subject in history is wars. It is interesting knowing the causes of wars fought. This DVD definitely looks very interesting. The Civil War is one of my favorite wars to read about.

  • Paul Cook:

    This Rebellion Atlas DVD sounds like a great companion to the other historical DVD’s I have collected over these many years. With all of documents and reading material I have, this will be a very nice compliment and great image overviews of that time period. The detailed maps and illustrations are just what I needed to complete my Civil War library.

  • Like it,History has long been of my favourite areas. In a time of such uncertainty its truely fabulous the designs & execution of those that help to bring us forward to a country they are today. These mean literally fought a war that was not important but with tremendous lost

  • Hugh McKenzie:

    History has long been one of my favorite areas. In a time of such uncertainty its truely amazing the plans and execution of those that help to bring us forward to a country we are today. These mean literally fought a war that was not just important but with tremendous lost. So its very fascinating to see how these events unfolded with this product.

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