Tag Archive: American History

Reaching for the Sky: The Story of the Tuskegee Airmen and the Pilots of the Caribbean

For Black History Month: Read this fascinating story of the Tuskegee Airmen, African Americans who served their country in WWII in the face of racial prejudice, and the Pilots of the Caribbean who courageously served the British Crown in the RAF.

Champion of Liberty and Son of Freedom: Thaddeus Kosciuszko in the American Revolution

Read this fascinating biography of Thaddeus Kosciuszco, a largely unsung hero of the American Revolution, who traveled from his Polish homeland to aid the cause of liberty in the New World.

Passing the Mantle: The Complex Relationship between General Edward Braddock and Colonel George Washington

Learn about the complex father-son relationship between the crusty British General Edward Braddock and his young colonial aid, Colonel George Washington during the French and Indian War.

“Gentleman Johnny”: The Life and Times of General John Burgoyne

The Right Honorable General John Burgoyne, General in the British Army and MP for Preston, is probably most famous for commanding the losing Army at the Battle of Saratoga in 1777, during the… Continue reading

For the Glory of the Marines: The Life and Legacy of Major John Pitcairn

Immerse yourself in the dramatic and engaging story of this inescapably paradoxical and unflinchingly heroic Royal Marine who fought and died during the American War for Independence.

Who Among You Are With Me?: The Story of the Black Robe Regiment

Discover the Black Robe Regiment, a group of devoted Christian pastors who fueled the fire of the American Revolution and whose dedication to Christian morality and resilient patriotism influenced our founding documents.

My Country – Right or Wrong?: The Search for True Patriotism

In this essay, true patriotism is shown as a middle road between jingoism and defeatism, enabling nations to move forward with love and justice the good of the world.

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