Gettysburg Magazine, the only magazine devoted to one battle is offering a significant temporary price reduction on its back issues and on it bound issues. The publisher's notice states:
"As the 150th anniversary year of the Battle of Gettysburg begins, we are starting it off with a sale on The Gettysburg Magazine. Each issue is 128 pages with no advertising, so each issue is like a book on America's most famous battle. If you want to get some of the best material being published on the battle, now is a great time to do it. Through the end of January, individual issues are just $4.00 each."
"We also have bound volumes. Each are newly printed books that contain eight issues of the magazine (1,024 pages). We have three bound volumes. Bound Volume 1 contains issues 1-8, Vol. 2 issues 9-16, and Vol. 3 issues 17-24. Regularly $80.00 each, the bound volumes are now on sale for just $50.00. That's a tremendous amount of great material on the battle, all for a great price."
Gettysburg Magazine is essential for all students of the battle. It covers major and small actions of the battle and campaign, significant artifacts and personalities, and major topics usually found few other places. Many of the articles focus upon on brigades activities on the battlefield or campaign. Topics have included the Federal Signal Corps, prisoners of war, Federal and Confederate field hospitals furing the battle, civilian farms and civilians during campaign and the Army of the Potomac's military intelligence staff. Since its inception, Gettysburg Magazine has offered detailed maps on all segments of the campaign.
CWL has taken the magazine to the battlefield and has walked the routes of the soldiers as described in the articles. These walks are very helpful and are similar to the walks presented by the park's rangers during the battle's anniversary. The magazine is essential for those preparing for the Gettysburg Licensed Battlefield Guide examination.
Here is the link to Gettysburg Magazine's internet home page and here is the internet link to the magazine's publisher, Gatehouse Press. Above image is the cover of the January 2013 issue; here is the table of contents for the issue.
Issue 46, January 2011
Introduction: "Gettysburg Revisited"
by Edwin C. BearssA Matter of Time: The Issuance of the Pipe Creek Circular
by Robert HimmerHarry Heth and the First Morning at Gettysburg
by Mark Acres"The Bravest of the Brave": Maj. Thomas Chamberlin, 150th Pennsylvania Volunteers
by John F. KrumweideAs Fate Would Have It: The Bible That Brought North and South Together
by Steven LaBarreJames A. Gardner and the Positions of Cooper's Battery at Gettysburg: A Quest for Truth
by Frank J. PiatekIf You Want To Go
by Sonny Fulks"Don't Bury Me Among the ---- Yankees": Gettysburg's Confederate Soldier
by Chris J. HartleyLee's Illness Lost Gettysburg
by Carl CoppolinoThe Last Action of Gettysburg
by David R. WiltseIn Their Words: Recollections of Visitations at Gettysburg After the Great Battle in July, 1863
by Silas FeltonThe Gettysburg Magazine Interview: Joanne M. Hanley, Gettysburg Foundation President