The Flags of the Iron Brigade

The Flags of the Iron Brigade During the Civil War some Union Army soldiers filled the ranks of the Iron Brigade the Second Sixth and Seventh Wisconsin the Nineteenth Indiana and the Twenty Fourth Michigan Volunteer Infa

  • Title: The Flags of the Iron Brigade
  • Author: Howard Michael Madaus Richard H. Zeitlin
  • ISBN: 9780965585408
  • Page: 152
  • Format: Paperback
  • During the Civil War, some 5000 Union Army soldiers filled the ranks of the Iron Brigade the Second, Sixth, and Seventh Wisconsin, the Nineteenth Indiana, and the Twenty Fourth Michigan Volunteer Infantry regiments The regimental flags were a tangible symbol of the Union and were always in the forefront of battle, proudly displayed and tenaciously defended Many men diedDuring the Civil War, some 5000 Union Army soldiers filled the ranks of the Iron Brigade the Second, Sixth, and Seventh Wisconsin, the Nineteenth Indiana, and the Twenty Fourth Michigan Volunteer Infantry regiments The regimental flags were a tangible symbol of the Union and were always in the forefront of battle, proudly displayed and tenaciously defended Many men died to keep their flags aloft This is the story of how the flags of the Iron Brigade came into being and the purposes they served both during and after the war.Distributed for the Wisconsin Veterans Museum.

    One thought on “The Flags of the Iron Brigade”

    Leave a Reply

    Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *