US state militias have fleets

American Civil War

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Works [edit]

Articles in magazines and newspapers

General Military Newspaper

General military newspaper. Published by a society of German officers and military officials. Eduard Zernin, Darmstadt and Leipzig

36th year, 1861 MDZ Munich = Google

37th year, 1862 MDZ Munich = Google

  • The American confusion. I. S. 17 Google; II. P. 25 Google; III. P. 33 Google
  • Erickson’s floating battery "Monitor". P. 109 Google; P. 117 Google
  • Again the steam battery "Monitor". P. 164 Google
  • Course and significance of this year's campaign in North America. P. 321 Google; P. 329 Google
  • News. United States of North America.
    • Construction of 6 new armored boats. P. 136 Google
    • Brames’s gun fan. P. 256 Google
    • Current status of the navy. P. 272 ​​Google

38th year, 1863 MDZ Munich = Google [No. 51 missing]

  • The United States Army. A contribution to the understanding of the American Civil War by Carl Erdt.
    • I. The regular army. No. 1–18, from p. 5 Google
    • II. The State Militias of the United States. No. 27–36, from p. 214 Google
  • Miscelle. The American southern ship "Alabama". P. 30 Google
  • The attack on Charleston on April 7, 1863. (With a plan.) P. 148 Google; P. 157 Google
  • Course and significance of this year's campaign in North America. I. p. 379 Google II. No. 51 [missing in the scan] p. 412 Google
  • Miscelle. American artillery. P. 384 Google
  • News. United States of North America.
    • Ironclad improvements. P. 337 Google
    • Introduction of a rear-loading rifle newly designed by Lindner. New breech charge gun. P. 354 Google

39th year, 1864 MDZ Munich = Google

  • The American rear-loading rifles of Lindner’s system. P. 42 Google
  • The Military Academy at West Point by Captain Carl Erdt. P. 133 Google
  • Miscelle. The human losses of the American war. P. 270 Google
  • On the war situation in North America. P. 410 Google
  • News. United States of North America.
    • The modern artillery. P. 8 Google
    • The newly built ironclad "Dictator". P. 40 Google
    • Annual report of the president on the army and navy. P. 48 Google
    • The rise of arms manufacturing. P. 64 Google
    • The United States Naval Construction. P. 87 Google
    • Attempts to shoot against ship tanks. P. 88 Google
    • Present strength of the Navy. P. 168 Google
    • Officer's examination for the negro regiments. P. 208 Google
    • Try to use the petroleum as a fuel. P. 240 Google
    • Try firing underwater. P. 256 Google
    • The improvements in the naval artillery. P. 272 ​​Google
    • Experience with armor plates and the Navy. P. 296 Google
    • The reorganization of the Navy. P. 328 Google

40th year, 1865 MDZ Munich = Google

  • Miscelle. The losses of the American war. P. 30 Google
  • The United States Army Medical Commission and the Treatment of Prisoners of War in the Southern States. P. 69 Google; P. 77 Google; P. 85 Google; P. 94 Google; P. 102 Google
  • From the camp life of the North American field army. Adapted from the "Times" by C. G. S. 134 Google; P. 141 Google
  • Miscelle. The Inheritance Claims of Relatives of Fallen Officers and Soldiers in America. P. 206 Google
  • The United States Army. A contribution to the understanding of the American Civil War by Captain Carl Erdt.
    • III. The army of volunteers. No. 28–41, from p. 222 Google
  • The end of the war in North America. P. 233 Google
  • News. United States of North America.
    • Marine Secretary's Annual Report. P. 16 Google
    • New bridge building method. P. 40 Google
    • Annual report on the state of the sea artillery. P. 184 Google
    • Captain Bates ’newly invented projectile. P. 216 Google
    • Activity of the "Sanitary Commission". P. 248 Google
    • Division of the army into 5 military divisions. P. 272 ​​Google
    • Intended increase of the standing army. P. 384 Google

The gazebo [edit]

  • Otto Ruppius:
    • The Germans in America and the current crisis. Issue 24, 1861, p. 384
    • A picture from the current American situation. Issue 25, 1861, p. 398
    • American states.
      • No. 1. Issue 36, 1861, p. 574
      • No. 2. Issue 39, 1861, p. 621
    • Bill Hammer. Episode from the Missouri Civil War, 1862.
  • M. F .: The flag parade of the German Jäger Regiment in New York. Issue 28, 1861, p. 448
  • From North American camp life. Issue 31, 1861, p. 496
  • call. 1863, German sheets
  • Henry Gibson, the convict. An episode from the last American turmoil. Book 35, 1865, p. 545

The border messengers [edit]

Journal of Politics, Literature. Published by Friedrich Ludwig Herbig, Leipzig

  • 1860, 19th year.
    • II semester. III. Tape.
    • II. Semester. IV. Volume.
      • The Significance of Lincoln's Election as President of the United States. P. 390 SUUB Bremen
      • South Carolina. P. 492 SUUB Bremen
  • 1861, 20th year.
    • I. semester. I. Volume.
    • I. semester. II. Volume.
    • II. Semester. III. Tape.
      • An American representation of the current situation and the prospects of the Union in relation to the Secession. P. 270 SUUB Bremen
  • 1862, 21st year,
    • I. semester. I. Volume.
      • The quarrel between England and America. P. 81 SUUB Bremen
      • The prospects for the North American Union. P. 121 SUUB Bremen
      • The cotton noth in England. P. 152 SUUB Bremen
      • England and the American blockade. P. 241 SUUB Bremen
      • Mill’s verdict on the struggle in the United States. P. 377 SUUB Bremen
    • I. semester. II. Volume.
      • The change in the situation in the United States. P. 68 SUUB Bremen
      • M. B .: The monitor and its reminder to us. P. 152 SUUB Bremen
      • Letters from a German from the North American theater of war. P. 201 SUUB Bremen
    • II. Semester. III. Tape.
      • A letter from the King of Siam to the President of the United States. P. 77 SUUB Bremen
      • The new taxes in America. P. 240 SUUB Bremen
    • II. Semester. IV. Volume.
  • 1863, 22nd year
    • Washington and Richmond during the war. (I. semester. I. volume)
      • 1. Washington's prospects. - The Congress and the Army. P. 401 SUUB Bremen
      • 2. Washington as a field camp. - The President and his Cabinet. - Supplier fraud. P. 461 SUUB Bremen
      • 3. Richmond and Society in the South. - The leaders. - The prisoners. P. 489 SUUB Bremen
    • The Battle of Chancellorsville. According to the diary of an eyewitness. (1st semester, 2nd volume) p. 493 SUUB Bremen
  • 1864, 23rd year, (2nd semester, 4th volume)
    • The war in North America from a military point of view. 1. p. 281 SUUB Bremen
    • The war in North America: the theater of war. 2. p. 325 SUUB Bremen
    • 3. The events of 1861. P. 389 SUUB Bremen
    • 4. End of the war year 1861. P. 453 SUUB Bremen
  • 1865, 24th year.
    • I. semester. I. Volume
    • I. semester. II. Volume.

Illustrirte Zeitung [edit]

Illustrated newspaper. Weekly news about all events, conditions and personalities of the present, about daily history ... J. J. Weber, Leipzig

Volume 36, 1861 MDZ Munich

37th volume, 1861 MDZ Munich

  • The Civil War in the United States of North America. S. 7 MDZ Munich 17. 43, 63, 79, 95, 115, 131, 151, 169, 182, 198, 219, 234, 250, 266, 290, 328, 347, 383, 403, 423, 443
  • Images from the North American Civil War. P. 27 MDZ Munich 43, 79, 95, 152, 168
  • The pay of the American military man. P. 46 MDZ Munich
  • The day of Bulls Run. P. 113 MDZ Munich
  • From New York [Bulls Run] p. 115 MDZ Munich
  • The theater of war in the United States. P. 118 MDZ Munich
  • William Tillman. P. 134 MDZ Munich
  • The Battle of the Bulls Run. P. 138 MDZ Munich
  • The Essex County Democrat editor's thars and pens in Haverhill, Massachusetts. P. 220 MDZ Munich
  • Franz Sigel, Major General of the United States Army. P. 236 MDZ Munich
  • The latest Conflict between England and the United States. P. 401 MDZ Munich
  • Fort Lafayette in the New York Bay. P. 412 MDZ Munich
  • The meeting at Balls Bluff. P. 446 MDZ Munich
  • The capture of the emissaries of the North American Sonderbund, Senator Slidell and Senator Mason, on board the Trent. P. 446 MDZ Munich
  • Commodore Charles Wilkes. P. 468 MDZ Munich

38th volume, 1862 MDZ Munich

  • The Civil War in the United States of North America. P. 7 MDZ Munich, 23, 39, 56, 71, 87, 103, 119, 139, 155, 171, 187, 203, 219, 235, 251, 271, 287, 307, 326, 343, 353, 383, 399, 415, 435
  • An execution in the Potomac Army. No. 970, p. 73 MDZ Munich
  • The capture of Beaufort. No. 972, p. 103 MDZ Munich
  • The capture of Roanoke Island. No. 978, p. 203 MDZ Munich
  • The American steamboats of the Mississippi expedition. No. 978, p. 203
  • Union troops take the forts Henry and Donelson. No. 980, p. 237 MDZ Munich
  • The naval battle at Fort Monroe. No. 981, p. 251 MDZ Munich
  • Sigel at the Battle of Pea Ridge. No. 984, p. 308 MDZ Munich
  • The capture of the Mississippi Island. No. 10. No. 986, p. 343 MDZ Munich

Volume 39, 1862 MDZ Munich

  • General McClellan's army marching from Williamsburg to Richmond. P. 6 MDZ Munich
  • The Civil War in the United States of America. S. 7 MDZ Munich 27. 43. 63. 79, 98, 114, 147, 171, 187, 203, 223, 239, 259, 279, 295, 311, 327, 347, 363, 379, 403, 423, 439 459
  • Generals Pope and Jackson. P. 188 MDZ Munich
  • General Halleck, Commander in Chief of the Union Forces. P. 131 MDZ Munich
  • The North American Civil War. The thirteen-inch mortar. P. 232 MDZ Munich
  • The North American Civil War. The attached mast baskets. P. 258 MDZ Munich
  • General Robert E. Lee. P. 322 MDZ Munich
  • Negro recruits. P. 326 MDZ Munich
  • General Joseph Hooker. P. 346 MDZ Munich
  • Scene from the battle of Antietam. P. 350 MDZ Munich
  • The peace intervention. P. 401 MDZ Munich
  • Harper’s Ferry. P. 403 MDZ Munich
  • General Burnside, McClellan's successor. P. 459 MDZ Munich
  • Negro expulsion in Virginia. P. 460 MDZ Munich
  • The cotton noth in England. P. 461 MDZ Munich

40th volume, 1863 MDZ Munich

  • The Civil War in the United States of America. S. 5 MDZ Munich 27. 43, 59, 75, 91, 107, 123, 139, 155, 171, 191, 207, 227, 243, 259, 275, 291, 311, 327, 343, 363, 399, 419
  • Richmond. P. 19 MDZ Munich
  • Battle of Fredericksburg. P. 43 MDZ Munich
  • Fredericksburg in Virginia. P. 58 MDZ Munich
  • The Confederate Capricorn Alabama. P. 62 MDZ Munich
  • President Lincoln, his wife and premier. P. 64 MDZ Munich
  • Delaware Indians as Western Army scouts. P. 69 MDZ Munich
  • The Unionists' withdrawal after the Battle of Fredericksburg. P. 75 MDZ Munich
  • The Battle of Murfreesboro. P. 92 MDZ Munich
  • William Strong Rosary. P. 100 MDZ Munich
  • Major General Joseph Hooker. P. 170 MDZ Munich
  • Old Seth, the sniper. P. 194 MDZ Munich
  • The slave question. P. 341 MDZ Munich
  • The Weehawken, ironclad of the North American Union Fleet. P. 366 MDZ Munich
  • Admiral Porter’s drive past the Vicksburg batteries. P. 398 MDZ Munich
  • Colonel Grierson's cavalcade. P. 441 MDZ Munich

Volume 41, 1863 MDZ Munich

  • The Civil War in the United States of America. S. 8 MDZ Munich 27. 43, 59, 75, 95, 111, 131, 147, 178, 187, 207, 227, 245, 263, 279, 295, 315, 331, 367, 383, 403, 425, 442
  • General Ulysses S. Grant. P. 30 MDZ Munich
  • General Meade. P. 206 MDZ Munich

42nd volume, 1864 MDZ Munich

43rd volume, 1864 MDZ Munich

Volume 44, 1865 MDZ Munich

  • Union General Georg H. Thomas. P. 23 MDZ Munich
  • Reception of the replaced prisoners from the Union Army on board the "Eliza Hancox". P. 23
  • Savannah. P. 26 MDZ Munich
  • Abraham Lincoln. Page 38 MDZ Munich
  • The American Civil War. Negroes on the run. P. 46 MDZ Munich
  • The last war events in North America. P. 56 MDZ Munich
  • The storming of Fort Filber near Wilmington. P. 109 MDZ Munich
  • Wilmington and the Cap Fear River. P. 141 MDZ Munich
  • January 31st in Washington. P. 173 MDZ Munich
  • The war in North America. P. 227 MDZ Munich
  • The Lincoln assassination. P. 278 MDZ Munich
  • President Lincoln. P. 295 MDZ Munich
  • Andrew Johnson the new President of the United States of North America. 315 MDZ Munich
  • Grant, Sherman and Sheridan, the defeats of the Secession. P. 325 MDZ Munich
  • The raising of the Stars and Stripes on Fort Sumter by General Anderson. P. 331 MDZ Munich
  • Capture of Lincoln’s killer, Booth’s. P. 350 MDZ Munich
  • The Battle of Richmond. P. 351 MDZ Munich
  • Johnston’s capitulation. P. 370 MDZ Munich
  • Lincoln's last hours. P. 374 MDZ Munich
  • Jefferson Davis. P. 383 MDZ Munich

Military newspaper

Military newspaper. Edited and edited by D. J. Hirtenfeld. Vienna

1861, 14th year MDZ Munich = Google

  • The causes of North American rifts and the army of the rebellious southern states. P. 339 MDZ Munich
  • The Army of the United States of North America. P. 492 MDZ Munich; P. 501 MDZ Munich; P. 531 MDZ Munich; P. 539 MDZ Munich
  • On the history of the American Civil War. P. 667 MDZ Munich
  • Army News: United States of North America.

1862, 15th year MDZ Munich = Google

  • Views of a Tyrolean Volunteer on the Army of North America. P. 148 MDZ Munich; P. 157 MDZ Munich
  • Monitor and Merrimac. P. 233 MDZ Munich
  • Erickson's floating battery “Monitor”. P. 252 MDZ Munich
  • A battle on the Mississippi. P. 380 MDZ Munich
  • The Battle of Chickahominy (Richmond). P. 409 MDZ Munich
  • War Chronicle. No. 58–89 [each at the beginning of the booklet from different theaters of war]
  • Direct messages from the Confederate camp. P. 583 MDZ Munich
  • Organization of the North American Army. P. 715 MDZ Munich
  • States in the American South. P. 779 MDZ Munich
  • General Mac Clellan. biography. P. 802 MDZ Munich
  • Characteristic of the war in America. P. 826 MDZ Munich
  • Army News: North America.

1863, 16th year [wrong page counting, from p. 244 +200] MDZ Munich [issue 10-13 missing], Google

  • On the characteristics of the war in America. S. 1 Google
  • The Battle of Fredericksburg. P. 6 Google
  • The Union's armored fleet. P. 28 Google; P. 35 Google
  • The downfall of the "Monitor". P. 90 Google
  • Warfare in the United States. P. 100 Google; P. 106 Google
  • The North American Monitor. P. 130 Google
  • Sambo as a free man and a soldier. P. 172 Google
  • From the German volunteer camp in Missouri. P. 240 Google; P. 427 Google
  • Port Hudson, Vicksburg, Charleston. P. 473 Google
  • The nine-day campaign on the Rappahanok. P. 522 Google
  • Military conditions in North America. P. 587 Google; P. 594 Google
  • The last cruise of the first monitor. Pp. 602-604 Google
  • The Siege of Charleston. P. 860 Google
  • The Chattanooga Fortress. P. 915 Google
  • Army News: North America.

1864, 17th year MDZ Munich = Google

1865, 18th year MDZ Munich = Google

  • The war in North America. P. 9 Google
    • The events in the state of Tennessee. Pp. 49-51 Google
    • Wilmington expedition. Pp. 65-66 Google
  • Atlanta to Savannah. Pp. 33-36 Google
  • Army News: United States of North America.
    • General Thomas Victory. P. 31 Google
    • The capture of Fort Fisher. P. 90 Google
    • The losses of the American war. P. 138 Google
    • From the theater of war. P. 164 Google
    • The fall of Wilmington. P. 179 Google
    • The Carolina campaign. P. 211 Google
    • From the theater of war. P. 228 Google
    • From the theater of war. P. 242 Google
    • From the theater of war. P. 250 Google
    • The battlefield near Petersburg. P. 259 Google
    • The aftermath of the Battle of Petersburg. P. 267 Google
    • Washington May 24) P. 395 Google
    • The Army Show in Washington. P. 417 Google
    • New York June 10th. P. 443 Google
    • A pastor's campaign with General Butler. P. 468 Google
    • Trial of southern generals. P. 487 Google
  • To capture Fort Fisher. S.101-105 Google; Pp. 110-113 Google
  • William Tecumseh Sherman. Pp. 122-123 Google
  • Branchville's position. P. 135 Google
  • The future of the North American soldiers. P. 151 Google
  • The United States Sanitary Commission. Pp. 270-272 Google
  • Lieutenant Cushing, a North American naval hero. P. 278 Google
  • General Sherman. P. 345 Google
  • Lieutenant General Grant. Pp. 498-300 Google; Pp. 506-508 Google; Pp. 514-515 Google

Over land and sea

Over land and sea. Allgemeine Illustrirte Zeitung. Eduard Hallberger, Stuttgart

3rd year, 5th volume, 1860/1861

3rd year, 6th volume, 1861

5th year, 9th volume, 1862/1863

  • The Battle of Baton Rouge (Louisiana) and the destruction of "Arkansas". No. 2, p. 22 MDZ Munich
  • The Union's iron-armored fleet. No. 4, p. 57 MDZ Munich
  • The Maryland Campaign. No. 5, p. 70 MDZ Munich
  • The second battle on the Bull Run. No. 6, p. 88 MDZ Munich
  • Major General Franz Sigel. No. 5, pp. 132-133 MDZ Munich
  • The guerrilla war in America. No. 13, p. 196 MDZ Munich
  • The attack on the Savannah-Charleston railroad. No. 13, p. 196
  • General Ambr. Ever. Burnside. No. 15, p. 227 MDZ Munich
  • The Ohio Army on the march