PODCAST “Mission History”
The brigades of Maryland and Delaware continentals suffered the most. Including officers, noncommissioned officers, and enlisted men, they counted more than 800 captured missing, or killed. Some of the dead were left in the open. Others were buried in shallow graves. The Fourteen who have now been given full military honors were twelve continentals five of which were between the ages of 15 and 19 one militia man who was likely a North Carolina loyalist and one member of the British 71st regiment of foot Fraser Highlanders.
THE PODCAST “MISSION HISTORY”
Mission history will travel through world history to bring you the stories of legendary military leaders legendary campaigns and secret missions there remained hidden for years
In Season One we will explore the American Revolution and then take you to Camden SC to hear from the men and women who rescued the remains of fallen soldiers coming this summer is the epic story of soldiers from Maryland Delaware and Scotland who fought in every major and engagement of the American Revolutionary War.
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