|Union Army Headquarters
Union Military Academy
|(To gain academy access, click upon the doors!)
Ex Plures In Unus!
|"We don't concern ourselves with the making of wars, Senator...only with the fighting of them!"
(Line from the 1941 Warner Bros. film, They Died with Their Boots On)
|The games displayed above are supported by the American Civil War Game Club
From left to right they are:
First Row - Battleground Bull Run, Battleground Chickamauga, Battleground Gettysburg, Battleground Antietam, and Battleground Shiloh,
Second Row - HPS Campaign Corinth, HPS Campaign Atlanta, HPS Campaign Chickamauga, HPS Campaign Antietam, HPS Campaign Ozark, and HPS Campaign Chancellorsville.
Third Row - HPS Campaign Peninsula, HPS Campaign Shiloh, HPS Campaign Vicksburg, HPS Campaign Franklin, HPS Campaign Gettysburg, and JTS Campaign Overland.
Fourth Row - John Tiller's Battleground Civil War, Gary Grigsby's War between the States, Forge of Freedom: The American Civil War: 1861-1865, AGEOD's American Civil War The Blue and the Grey, AGEOD's The American Civil War, AGEOD's Civil War II, and AGEOD's Civil War II, The Bloody Road South.
Union Army Recruiting Station
Song title: Old Grad's March, from the album, West Point on the March
by The U. S. Military Academy Band, Altissimo!, 2006.
Original page written byJoseph Meyer. Last updated 07 October 2015.