Note: Audio quality in this episode has been fixed.
Warning: This episode contains plot spoilers and course language - mildly NSFW
After a prolonged hiatus The Historian's Movie Review is back!
In this week's episode I talk about the TV miniseries Andersonville. Topics discussed include the real Colonel Wirtz, the trial and execution of prisoners at Andersonville, and how Tom Wilson is my favorite actor.
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Ransom, John, Andersonville Diary (audiobook)
Roberts, Edward W., Andersonville Journey
Sanders Jr, Charles W., While in the Hands of the Enemy: Military Prisons of the Civil War
Andersonville National Historical Site
Intro Music - "Battle Hymn of the Republic"
Interstitial, and Outro Music - "Dixieland (Union Version)"
Andersonville Prison, Library of Congress
Execution of Capt. Henry Wirtz, Library of Congress