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Blue & Gray Magazine is a full-color, 68 page, bi-monthly Civil War magazine, now in its 31st year of publication. Each issue features our “General’s Tour,” an in-depth article by a qualified historian, including a driving tour, illustrated with lots of period and modern-day color photographs, and our highly acclaimed color maps.

Hands down the best Civil War magazine for battlefield trampers — Ed Bears

Interesting and informative for both scholars and buffs — Albert Castel

Blue & Gray’s very popular and in-depth “General’s Tour” feature in each issue lets you visit the battlefields in the comfort of your own home, or will guide you through your onsite experience.

Superb guides to the battlefields — James M. McPherson

Blue & Gray visits the featured site, taking photos, combing the countryside for long-forgotten, out-of-the-way sites and invariably turning up previously unpublished material.

A perfect guide for travelers…a valuable addition to Civil War libraries — Gary W. Gallagher

Combine historic images, lots of maps, a self-guided driving tour and historical commentary by the nation’s leading historians (Ed Bearss, Terry Winschel, Ted Alexander, Robert Krick, Stacy Allen, William Marvel, Albert Castel, Wiley Sword…) and you have a dramatic, colorful presentation of the Civil War that takes you back in time.

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  1. Art Johnsen #

    How do I subscribe?


    September 14, 2016
  2. Click the Shop Now button at the top of the page. It will take you to the online store, where you can subscribe, or you can call us at 1-800-CIVIL WAR


    September 15, 2016

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