Author and Historian H.W. Crocker Addresses “The Top Myths of American Military History”

September 12, 2007

In this podcast, Author and Historian H.W. Crocker delivers a lecture at the New Hampshire Institute of Politics on April 26, 2007. Crocker was the invited guest of the Kevin Harrington Student Ambassador program students, and presented a talk on The Top Myths of American Military History.

H.W. Crocker speaks at the NHIOPCrocker, a well published author recently penned Don’t Tread on Me, which examines the 400-year history of the American Military. Arguing that the American Revolution may not have been an obviously necessary event, and that the North may not have held the moral high ground throughout the Civil War, Crocker presents what he calls “the real scoop” in his book.

The Kevin Harrington Student Ambassador Program at the New Hampshire Institute of Politics provides students with a unique opportunity to support special events, welcome guests and speakers, and serve as emissaries for the Institute’s important mission of citizenship and civic engagement.

Photos by Alex Witkowicz ‘08

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