As one of the trustees for the National Civil War Chaplains Museum, I was involved (behind the scenes) in the initial efforts to produce an introductory video for the museum's website; which is in the process of being updated. Last year, I was sent an uncut edition of Professor James I. Robertson's interview about the work of Chaplains during the WBTS. I also saw an unedited version of the video a few months ago but was unaware the video below had been posted to Youtube. My frequent "historical adversary" ;o) and fellow CW blogger, Kevin Levin, just sent me an email alerting me to the video on Youtube (I must have missed that memo) with the thought I might be interested in posting the video here. So, a hearty thank you to Kevin. The video is of excellent quality and Bud Robertson's commentary is quite informative. Do visit the museum in Lynchburg if you can. Admission is free and it's right off Route 29.