Sons of the White Eagle in the American Civil War: Divided Poles in a Divided Nation has been released. Mark’s book tells the fascinating story of nine transplanted Poles who participated in the Civil War, who span three generations and are connected by culture, nationality and adherence to their principles and ideals.
Tag: civil war battlefields
We boarded our comfortable bus on Sunday and drove to nearby Manassas National Battlefield, along the banks of Bull Run Creek in Virginia. Aided by maps provided by our SAHT Tour Director, Dr. Mark Bielski, we explored the plans and actions of the Union and Confederate forces who fought the first major battle of the Civil War on July 21, 1861. Before leaving this area, we viewed the ground on which a subsequent battle (2nd Bull Run) was conducted in August, 1862.