The Washington's Immortals Episode

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Once again, Patrick K. O'Donnell raises the bar for untold stories of military history with his latest masterpiece, Washington's Immortals.

The book deftly chronicles the incredible story of the Maryland regiments who singlehandedly and without regard to their personal safety gave themselves to save the fledgling Continental Army.

Not only does the book bring to life the daring accounts and extremely personal stories of the Revolutionary War, like all books from Patrick K. O'Donnell, it puts you squarely in that time and place. Conveying an experience that goes beyond the book.

And, the book seeks the answer to a mystery--Just where in Brooklyn are the bodies of these unsung patriots buried?

We've said it before and we'll say it again. Patrick K. O'Donnell isn't just a brilliant historian and researcher in military history. (Although he his. Amazon has Washington's Immortals as their choice for History this month.)

We believe he's one of the finest American authors practicing today, regardless of subject matter.

Just listen via the convenient player below, or right click this link and do the "Save As" thing to download the podcast for enjoyment on your iPod or media player of choice.



  1. What a great show and yes, the acid test, I am getting the book. Thank you for the insightful interview.

  2. Replies
    1. ALL of Patrick K. O'Donnell's books should be movies!

      Who would play Sterling Hayden in First SEALs? Yes, Sterling Hayden was a key and early member of the Maritime Unit--father of the Navy SEALs.

    2. Johnny, I just learned from a "Mr. Poirot" that the Revolutionary War was a false flag of nothing but crisis actors.


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