Battles of Bull Run. Battles of Bull Run. Battle Of Bull Run. As Marine Major John G.
Reynolds marched his battalion over the Potomac Long Bridge on the afternoon of July 16, 1861, he must have wondered what lay ahead for his Marines. A Mexican War veteran, Reynolds had seen Marines serve with distinction in that war 14 years earlier, and now he fully expected his command to do the same. Still, as an officer with 35 years of military service under his belt, Reynolds worried about the green troops under his command. True, they were Marines, but as they headed toward their first fight in a new war, across a small Virginia creek called Bull Run, he had some doubts that could only be answered when the bullets began to fly. The order to the commandant had been specific: ‘You will be pleased to detail from the barracks four companies of eighty men each, the whole under the command of Major Reynolds with the necessary officers, noncommissioned officers and musicians for temporary field service under Brigadier General [Irvin] McDowell.
Civil War Trust. The First Battle of Bull Run - Jul 21, 1861. Also on this day American Revolution On this day in 1775, Patriot minutemen in whaleboats, commanded by Major Joseph Vose, raid Nantasket Point, also known as Little Brewster Island, in Boston Harbor, Massachusetts.
The raiders temporarily drive off the island’s British guard and confiscate lamps, oil, gunpowder and boats, before burning the wooden parts of the... Automotive On this day in 1960, the German government passes the “Law Concerning the Transfer of the Share Rights in Volkswagenwerk Limited Liability Company into Private Hands,” known informally as the “Volkswagen Law.” Civil War The war erupts on a large scale in the east when Confederate forces under P. Cold War President Dwight D. Crime Schoolteacher John T. Disaster On this day in the year 365, a powerful earthquake off the coast of Greece causes a tsunami that devastates the city of Alexandria, Egypt.
General Interest Hollywood Literary Music Old West Presidential Sports Vietnam War World War I World War II. First Battle of Bull Run - American Civil War. My TV provider is not listed.
Why not? We are currently working on adding more TV providers. Please check back frequently to see if your TV provider has been added. Why do I need to log in to watch some video content? Viewers who verify their subscription to a TV provider get access to a deeper catalog of video content, including more full episodes. I am able to watch on TV. This service is only available through participating TV providers. How much does it cost to access all of the video content? Accessing video content is free, however, you will need to verify your TV provider subscription by logging in in order to access all of our video content. Can I watch videos if my TV provider isn't currently supported?
Yes! What kind of programming is available if I log in? You will get access to more full episodes than ever before. How often is new video added to the website? There will be new episodes and web exclusives added every day. How quickly does a new episode get added after it airs on TV?