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Hanging, Riots, and Strikes: 19th Century Mobilizations of the New York National Guard
Gary Mitchell, a West Point graduate and historian of the New York National Guard, explores the role of the National Guard in maintaining order throughout the social turbulence of the 19th century, a story he considers “a mix of tragedy, comedy, and heroism.
The 42nd Rainbow Division and the Liberation of Dachau
Colonel Richard Goldenberg, a 42nd Division officer and veteran of the Iraq War, presents the combat history of the 42nd Infantry Division across Europe in the winter and spring of 1945, culminating with the Division’s fateful liberation of prisoners from the notorious Dachau Concentration Camp on April 29, 1945.
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