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Civil War Quarterly Magazine offers new perspectives on the famous battles and leaders of the bloodiest battles in the nation's history.

Brother versus Brother... A War of Honor and Hearbreak

Dear Fellow History Buff,

 

By the mid-19th century, the United States was still a young country, but it had come a long way. However, it soon became a country divided, with two distinct ideologies.

Introducing Civil War Quarterly

Finally, a Civil War magazine designed to be passed from generation to generation. Civil War Quarterly is a beautiful, hardbound journal of America’s War Between the States. Each hard-bound issue is full of beautiful maps and illustrations, rare photographs, and the best research, writing and editing available on the market today.

Civil War Quarterly is filled with gripping photos and stories that put you in the center of the action! What’s in a typical issue? In “Will You Give Us Our Whiskey,” the 51 st Pennsylvania led a desperate Union charge across Burnside’s bridge at Antietam. “War Cloud Lowering” takes you to the Battle of first Manassas, where Stonewall Jackson won the day—and a new nickname—in the war’s first major battle. “The Treetops Were Alive with Sharpshooters” details the Battle of Chancellorsville, when the 37th New York Volunteers, the “Irish Rifles” tried unsuccessfully to stem an all enveloping Union rout.

Chronicled like Never Before in Exquisite Hardbound Volumes - As a young country, the United States had come so far so fast. But this young country was a country divided, a country with two distinct ideologies.

 

Rare Photos and Historic Paintings

The features are only the beginning: each issue of Civil War Quarterly also includes regular departments, like the one on Matthew Brady at Gettysburg, chronicling Brady and his talented crew of photographers who rushed into battle to record the war. Allan Pinkerton—the Scottish born detective who arrived on the scene with a crucial task: protect Abraham Lincoln. Or the fascinating profile of John Pelham, who became a legend at the age of 23 before he died fighting for the South. The Weaponry department features weapons of the day, such as Civil War swords, a hot item for modern collectors. And don’t miss our modern day profile of artists painting Civil War battle scenes.

Detailed Maps … In a Hard-Bound Volume To Grace Your Home Library …

It’s really impossible to tell you everything that’s in an issue of Civil War Quarterly—the hours and hours of fascinating articles, the rare photos, the detailed battle maps. But it’s all in an exquisite hard-bound volume to be passed from generation to generation, and mark a proud place in your personal library. You’re just going to have to see for yourself!

Reserve Your Hard-Bound Issue Now

If you order right now, we’ll reserve your hardbound copy of Civil War Quarterly. For only $49.95, you’ll receive a one year subscription of the most collectible civil war magazine on the market, sure to be passed from generation to generation.

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  • Hardbound Print Version $49.95 – One Year (4 Issues)
  • Enhanced Digital Version $29.25 - One Year
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10 Comments

  1. Mike Huhndorf
    Posted June 23, 2014 at 8:05 pm | Permalink

    I dont see my downloaded subscription and I paid for both hard copy and digital

    • Posted December 18, 2014 at 10:59 am | Permalink

      Good Morning: I wanted to make sure you have received the copy you paid for. If not, please call our customer service line at 1-800-219-1187. They’ll get you fixed up.

  2. gary
    Posted October 16, 2014 at 12:04 am | Permalink

    I have a paper back edition of early fall 2014 of “Civil War Quarterly” obtained at a newsstand and am considering a subscription. However, looking at your website, I see only a hardcover edition available for subscription. Is the less expensive newsstand version available for subscription?

    • Posted December 18, 2014 at 11:00 am | Permalink

      We only offer hardcover versions for the subscriptions.

  3. Jim
    Posted December 27, 2014 at 8:51 pm | Permalink

    When does the next issue of Civil War Quarterly coming out?

    • Mark Hintz
      Posted January 13, 2015 at 10:46 am | Permalink

      February 17is when the new issue of civil war quarterly hits the newsstand

  4. David Simecek
    Posted January 7, 2015 at 3:06 pm | Permalink

    I’m here again. I left a message on your WWII Quarterly and expect it is the same for this one. As a Korean Vet with multiple problems and medical treatments I find it hard to track down the paper copy. Hope your satisfied with the rotten treatment you deal out to us. It seems I can’t even get back issues.
    God you are an arrogant bunch. Is this what I lay in the snow in Korea at -20 for, so you could make my life even more miserable? Enjoy my pain, I don’t think you deserve it,. but can’t do anything about it.

    • Mark Hintz
      Posted January 13, 2015 at 10:45 am | Permalink

      Hi David: Paper copies are available at Barnes & Noble Booksellers and other newsstands throughout the US. Subscriptions to WWII Quarterly are hardcover only. Please feel free to call our customer service at 1-800-219-1187 and they can get your subscription started, if you’d like.

  5. William Anderson
    Posted January 13, 2015 at 10:55 am | Permalink

    I have not received my 1st issue of the yearly subscription that I have already paid for; $49.95 for the hardbound edition. Please take care of this problem for me.

  6. Wayne Kigerl
    Posted January 15, 2015 at 12:36 am | Permalink

    Is Roy Morris, Jr. the editor of this magazine?

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