The Civil War Round Table of Toronto is a gathering of people interested in the American Civil War. Our meetings are cordial occasions on which members and others make presentations and participate in discussions on all aspects of the Civil War.
Membership is open to all Civil War buffs. Your interest, not your knowledge, is the key criterion for membership.
Members participate in presentations and discussions, but making a presentation is entirely voluntary. Our goal is to gather people of similar interests for lively and thought-provoking occasions.
Our next meeting is Wednesday, April 19, when Professor Michael Armstrong (Brock University) will present “Refighting Pickett’s Charge: Mathematical Modeling of the Civil War Battlefield”, a fascinating counter-factual study of the Charge.
On Wednesday, June 21, Stephen Simpson (Civil War dentist) will present on Redemption: The Last Battle of the Civil War.
On Wednesday, September 13, Mark Laubacher from Ohio will speak about “Weapons of Mass Destruction” during the Civil War. (You didn’t know about this one, did you?)
On October (date to be announced), Neil Packham will present on the seldom recognized issue of Desertion in the Civil War Armies.
All meetings begin at 7:30pm.
Thanks to all our members and guests for your support of the Civil War Round Table in our 10th year.
Our forthcoming year runs from September 2015 through June 2016. New presentations and dates will be announced once finalized.
Would you like to make a presentation?
We always welcome presentations. Besides full-length presentations of 45 to 60 minutes, we should plan a campfire consisting of several shorter presentations – 5 minutes or more. If you’ve visited a Civil War site or read a good civil war book, that would be a perfect subject for a campfire presentation. Just chat with John Rosolak (email@example.com) or Jim Lutz (firstname.lastname@example.org) if you’re thinking of a subject you would like to talk about.
All meetings begin at 7:30pm at the Royal Canadian Military Institute, 426 University Avenue on the west side, just south of Dundas Street.
The membership fee for the 2014-2015 season is $75. You may pay in cash or by cheque payable to “Doug Hope”. Guests are always welcome at any meeting without charge.
More information is available at http://www.civilwarpodcast.com/cwrt-toronto/
Our home is the Royal Canadian Military Institute. (You need not be an RCMI member to belong to CWRT Toronto.)
Our meetings are held at
The new Royal Canadian Military Institute
426 University Avenue on the west side, just south of Dundas Street.
Dress: Business Casual for men and women. No jeans, khakis, or apparel with slogans or commercial messages.
Subway: St. Patrick
Parking: There is on-street parking on University Avenue after 6:30, parking on the streets just west of University, and a parking lot behind the RCMI just off St. Patrick Street. City “Green P” lots within 4 blocks.
Email us at email@example.com