The Union League Legacy Foundation

The Union League Legacy Foundation The Legacy Foundation’s mission is to educate and inspire League members, students and the greater co
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The Union League Legacy Foundation inspires and educates Union League members, students, and the greater community to be engaged and responsible citizens, guided by the United States Constitution and the history and values of the League. The Legacy Foundation executes a wide array of programs; it cares for the historic collections, preserves the Union League House, provides civics education progra

ms for high school students, curates interpretive and informative exhibits, grants scholarships for post-secondary education, presents the Good Citizenship Award, organizes multiple historical and cultural lecture series, and much more. The Legacy Foundation is located in and operates the Heritage Center - a museum space within the historic League House that hosts annually rotating exhibits and provides a dedicated space for the historic collections to be viewed, interpreted, and shared.

Last night the Legacy Foundation hosted a Civil War Round Table program titled, The Failed Promise: Reconstruction, Fred...
11/29/2023

Last night the Legacy Foundation hosted a Civil War Round Table program titled, The Failed Promise: Reconstruction, Frederick Douglass, and the Impeachment of Andrew Johnson with author and speaker Robert Levine.

When Andrew Johnson assumed the presidency after Lincoln's assassination, the country was on the precipice of radical change. Johnson, seemingly more progressive than Lincoln, looked like the ideal person to lead the country. He had cast himself as a "Moses" for the Black community. Despite this early promise, Frederick Douglass, soon grew disillusioned with Johnson's policies and doubted the president was sincere in supporting Black citizenship. In a dramatic and a pivotal meeting between Johnson and a Black delegation at the White House, the president and Douglass came to verbal blows over Reconstruction. Levine portrays the conflicts that brought Douglass and the Black community to reject Johnson. Levine brings a fresh insight by turning to letters between Douglass and his sons, as well as speeches by Douglass. In counterpointing the lives of Douglass and Johnson, Levine offers a vision of the lost promise and dire failure of Reconstruction, the effects of which still reverberate today.

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When Andrew Johnson assumed the presidency after Lincoln's assassination, the country was on the precipice of radical change. Johnson, seemingly more progres...

11/28/2023

Giving Tuesday is here!

Giving Tuesday was created in 2012 as a global generosity movement. A day that encourages people to do good. We are uniquely dedicated to this mission all year long. This Giving Tuesday, you can join that mission by supporting our efforts.

Your gift today will help us continue to build a more perfect union.

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For this episode of the Legacy Foundation's Mondays with Mundy, Historian Jim Mundy shares the fascinating story of the ...
11/27/2023

For this episode of the Legacy Foundation's Mondays with Mundy, Historian Jim Mundy shares the fascinating story of the final missing piece of the League House. The Union League of Philadelphia was originally founded in December of 1862. For the first few years of its formation though, League members were meeting in members' homes or in a few temporary clubhouses along Chestnut Street. It was long the plan though to build its own clubhouse at the Broad and Sansom Street locations. The initial House was built on the front half of the block, what's now known as the Broad Street building, but it took awhile to complete the entire block back to 15th Street. Those portions of the building were completed in 1910 and 1911... except for one hold out property! Jim has often shared this story, but the details are so fascinating that it was one that needed to be capture on recording!

Watch and enjoy this episode to learn this very interesting story!

For this episode of the Legacy Foundation's Mondays with Mundy, Historian Jim Mundy shares the fascinating story of the final missing piece of the League Hou...

As we gather and recognize this national holiday, we are reminded of the proclamation by President Abraham Lincoln to es...
11/23/2023

As we gather and recognize this national holiday, we are reminded of the proclamation by President Abraham Lincoln to establish the national holiday of Thanksgiving Day.

On October 3, 1863, President Lincoln issued a proclamation: "I do therefore invite my fellow citizens in every part of the United States, …to set apart and observe the last Thursday of November next, as a day of Thanksgiving... "

Happy Thanksgiving from all of us at The Union League Legacy Foundation.

Last night the Legacy Foundation hosted a very special program titled Horace Trumbauer: Philadelphia's Architect with Cr...
11/22/2023

Last night the Legacy Foundation hosted a very special program titled Horace Trumbauer: Philadelphia's Architect with Craig Schelter and Jim Mundy.

At the end of 2023, the Union League of Philadelphia will open a rooftop restaurant at the League House. It will be called Trumbauer's, named in honor of the architect who designed the 15th street addition, completed in 1911. Horace Trumbauer is the most prolific architect in Philadelphia's history, an American architect of the Gilded Age. His buildings are many of the most iconic in the region, but Trumbauer's impact extends far beyond Philadelphia, to Newport, Harvard and Duke University, and even Florida. One of his first major commissions was the Grey Towers Castle (now part of Arcadia University), but Lynnwood Hall, of the Widener estate, launched his career. He was also a League member. Join to learn more about this important figure in architectural history. This program will be a moderated discussion with Legacy Foundation Historian, Jim Mundy, and the city planner and architect, Craig Schelter.

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At the end of 2023, the Union League of Philadelphia will open a rooftop restaurant at the League House. It will be called Trumbauer's, named in honor of the...

Included in our current exhibit "A City Divided: The Civil War, Philadelphia & The Union League" is this New Testament p...
11/22/2023

Included in our current exhibit "A City Divided: The Civil War, Philadelphia & The Union League" is this New Testament presented to W.K. Bicknell who was a drummer in the 38th Regiment of Massachusetts Volunteers during the Civil War. The exhibit tells the story of a country at war in the 1860s, a city divided, and The Union League of Philadelphia's fight to save the Union.

This exhibit is proudly presented by The Union League Legacy Foundation and is on display in The Heritage Center through December 2024. For League members and guests who are dining in the League House on Thanksgiving, please know the exhibit will be open to enjoy.

Our mission is to create educated and informed citizens.  From caring for priceless collections to educating the next ge...
11/21/2023

Our mission is to create educated and informed citizens. From caring for priceless collections to educating the next generation of leaders, the Union League's only non-profit charity is doing so much more than you might expect.

Last year alone, we awarded nearly $500,000 in scholarship aid to 15 students, provided a day-long civics education program to hundreds of high school students, gave tours to thousands on the history and values of the Union League and hosted over 5,000 people for dozens of speaker programs on topics of liberty, public policy, history and the humanities.

By donating to the Legacy Foundation, you can help us continue our vital mission of conserving our history, educating generations to come and promoting the League's values. We invite you to give generously today!

To make your gift, visit: ullf.org/fbgive

On Tuesday, November 21 at 6:00pm at our next Library Hour, we'll discuss "Horace Trumbauer: Philadelphia’s Architect" w...
11/20/2023

On Tuesday, November 21 at 6:00pm at our next Library Hour, we'll discuss "Horace Trumbauer: Philadelphia’s Architect" with city planner and architect Craig Schelter and Historian Jim Mundy.

Our topic is Trumbauer's impact on the city and beyond through his incredible architectural contributions. It's the perfect way to learn more about the namesake of the Union League's new rooftop restaurant.

The event is sold out but be sure to join us on YouTube for this memorable Library Hour. https://www.youtube.com/

Earlier this week, we gathered many of our Agency Partners - the youth-serving organizations who nominate students to pa...
11/17/2023

Earlier this week, we gathered many of our Agency Partners - the youth-serving organizations who nominate students to participate in our Good Citizen Day program. This event also serves as the kick-off for the nomination process. We are so thankful for our partners, for both the work they do in the community with our students every day, but also their partnership to make GCD a success every year!

Meet scholarship recipient Brian P***k!Brian P***k was nominated by Washington Crossing Council, Boys Scouts of America....
11/15/2023

Meet scholarship recipient Brian P***k!

Brian P***k was nominated by Washington Crossing Council, Boys Scouts of America. Brian is a graduate of Central Bucks High School South and attends the University of Delaware.

At the Legacy Foundation, we operate two unique scholarship programs – the Union League Scholarship and the Abele Scholarship for Employee Children.

Over the nearly 70 years of scholarship programs, over $7 million has been awarded in scholarship aid to more than 1,000 students in support of their academic endeavors.

In this episode of the Legacy Foundation’s Mondays with Mundy, Historian Jim Mundy shares the story of James Henry Hasel...
11/13/2023

In this episode of the Legacy Foundation’s Mondays with Mundy, Historian Jim Mundy shares the story of James Henry Haseltine and “America Mourning Her Fallen Brave.” It is pretty special to have a gorgeous piece of sculpture, and then a portrait of the artist who sculpted it. Jim shares the story of how these two pieces of artwork were created, and the many details incorporated into each of them.

Watch this episode to learn more, and then be sure to visit the League House and see these two in a new light!

In this episode of the Legacy Foundation’s Mondays with Mundy, Historian Jim Mundy shares the story of James Henry Haseltine and “America Mourning Her Fallen...

The Union League Legacy Foundation is proud to honor all those who have served or are serving in the Armed Forces. Thank...
11/11/2023

The Union League Legacy Foundation is proud to honor all those who have served or are serving in the Armed Forces. Thank you for your devotion to our country. 🇺🇸🫡

Today marks the beginning of the 2nd annual National Summit on Civic Education. This two-day conference brings civic edu...
11/09/2023

Today marks the beginning of the 2nd annual National Summit on Civic Education. This two-day conference brings civic education practitioners, philanthropists and other civic leaders together to improve the way we understand, teach and promote America’s founding principles and history. The conference will feature panels and speakers who are leading the charge in a holistic approach to civics reform, recognizing the challenges and opportunities posed across education levels.

The goal is to educate, engage and spark discussion and collaboration among those in the field. We are proud to co-present this Summit with The Jack Miller Center.

Learn more about this exciting event: jackmillercenter.org/nationalsummit-2023/

Meet scholarship recipient Ala Cho!Ala was nominated by Philadelphia Youth Orchestra. Ala is a graduate of Conestoga Hig...
11/02/2023

Meet scholarship recipient Ala Cho!

Ala was nominated by Philadelphia Youth Orchestra. Ala is a graduate of Conestoga High School and is pursuing her degree at Northeastern University. Ala is the recipient of the Caesar Williams Memorial Scholarship.

At the Legacy Foundation, we operate two unique scholarship programs – the Union League Scholarship and the Abele Scholarship for Employee Children.

Over the nearly 70 years of scholarship programs, over $7 million has been awarded in scholarship aid to more than 1,000 students in support of their academic endeavors.

Last night the Legacy Foundation hosted a Civil War Round Table program titled On Great Fields: The Life and Unlikely He...
11/02/2023

Last night the Legacy Foundation hosted a Civil War Round Table program titled On Great Fields: The Life and Unlikely Heroism of Joshua Lawrence Chamberlain with speaker and author Ronald White.

Before 1862, Joshua Lawrence Chamberlain had rarely left his home state of Maine, where he was a trained minister and mild-mannered professor at Bowdon College. His colleagues were shocked when he volunteered for the Union army. On the second day at Gettysburg, after running out of ammunition at Little Round Top, he ordered his men to wield their bayonets in a desperate charge down a rocky slope that routed the Confederate attackers. How did a trained minister find his way to the battlefield? Award-winning historian Ronald C. White delves into these contradictions in the cradle- to -grave biography of General Joshua Lawrence Chamberlain, from his up bring in rural Maine to his tenacious, empathetic military leadership, and his influential postwar public service. White captures the complex and inspiring man behind the hero. This gripping, impeccably researched portrait illuminates one of the most admired, but least known figures, in our nation's bloodiest conflict.

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Before 1862, Joshua Lawrence Chamberlain had rarely left his home state of Maine, where he was a trained minister and mild-mannered professor at Bowdon Colle...

Philadelphia during the American Civil War was a city divided. Many supported the South and slavery – they openly called...
10/31/2023

Philadelphia during the American Civil War was a city divided. Many supported the South and slavery – they openly called for Lincoln to quit the war. In this desperate moment, The Union League of Philadelphia was founded. Its goal was to make the case that Philadelphians support Lincoln, Union, and abolition. The success of the League created a patriotic movement that spread throughout the North and made certain that the Union would be preserved.

Learn more about this historical dynamic at our current exhibit "A City Divided: The Civil War, Philadelphia & The Union League". The exhibit tells the story of a country at war in the 1860s, a city divided, and The Union League of Philadelphia's fight to save the Union.

This exhibit is proudly presented by The Union League Legacy Foundation and is on display in The Heritage Center through December 2024.

Today and every day, we thank first responders for protecting and caring for our community.
10/28/2023

Today and every day, we thank first responders for protecting and caring for our community.

Meet scholarship recipient Waseem Jawawdeh!Waseem was nominated by Eastern Pennsylvania Youth Soccer Association. Waseem...
10/26/2023

Meet scholarship recipient Waseem Jawawdeh!

Waseem was nominated by Eastern Pennsylvania Youth Soccer Association. Waseem is a graduate of Neshaminy High School in June and is attending Temple University. Waseem is the recipient of the Amiram Elwork Memorial Scholarship, made possible through the generosity of the Elwork/Wells Family.

Established in 1956, the Union League Scholarship further celebrates and inspires Good Citizenship Awardees. Students are nominated to attend Good Citizen Day and receive the Union League Good Citizenship Award as juniors in high school by one of the Legacy Foundation’s partner agencies. Those students are eligible to apply for a Union League Scholarship in their senior year.

The Legacy Foundation has impacted the lives of thousands of individuals by awarding scholarship aid to students, hostin...
10/23/2023

The Legacy Foundation has impacted the lives of thousands of individuals by awarding scholarship aid to students, hosting special events, commissioning portraits, presenting lecture programs, and much more.

You can support our mission by making a gift today. Visit ullf.org/fbgive today to make your tax-deductible donation.

Join us this Monday, October 23 at 6:00pm for Public Affairs, ‘Conflict: The Evolution of Warfare from 1945 to Ukraine’ ...
10/20/2023

Join us this Monday, October 23 at 6:00pm for Public Affairs, ‘Conflict: The Evolution of Warfare from 1945 to Ukraine’ with General Petraeus.

'Conflict' is both a sweeping history of the evolution of warfare up to Putin’s invasion of Ukraine, and a penetrating analysis of what we must learn from the past—and anticipate in the future—in order to navigate an increasingly perilous world.

Given our speakers’ request, this program will only be streamed in real time on YouTube at 6:30 pm on October 23. It will not be available after the program concludes.

Last night the Legacy Foundation hosted a Royal Oak program title Knole: A Private View into One of Britain's Great Hous...
10/19/2023

Last night the Legacy Foundation hosted a Royal Oak program title Knole: A Private View into One of Britain's Great House with speaker Lord Robert Sackville-West.

The Sackville's have inhabited Knole, one of Britain's greatest houses, for more than 400 years. Robert Sackville-West, 7th Baron of Sackville, is the 13th generation of family to live at Knole. In his talk, he will take us on an illustrated personal tour of this "calendar house", with its legendary 365 rooms, 52 staircases, 12 entrances, and seven courtyards. Lord Sackville will describe the smoldering spirit of Knole showing the grand state rooms. He will reveal the family's private apartments filled with decorative arts as well as portraits. He also will include a trip behind-the-scenes in the labyrinth of cellars and attics filled with mementos and cupboards bursting with WWI uniforms, china, and bric-a-brac. Lord Sackville will talk about his divergent ancestors who lived at Knole. Finally, Lord Sackville will explain how Knole influences his family's lives and their relationship up to the present day.

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The Sackville's have inhabited Knole, one of Britain's greatest houses, for more than 400 years. Robert Sackville-West, 7th Baron of Sackville, is the 13th g...

Meet scholarship recipient Jaelyn Handy! Jaelyn was nominated by Girard College High School, of which she is a graduate....
10/17/2023

Meet scholarship recipient Jaelyn Handy!

Jaelyn was nominated by Girard College High School, of which she is a graduate. Jaelyn is pursuing her degree at Millersville University. Jaelyn’s scholarship is made possible through the generosity of Will & Joan Abele.

The Union League Scholarship was established in 1956 to further celebrate and inspire Good Citizenship Awardees. Students are nominated to attend Good Citizen Day and receive the Union League Good Citizenship Award as juniors in high school by one of the Legacy Foundation’s partner agencies. In their senior year, those students are eligible to apply for a Union League Scholarship.

We want to hear from you! Why is civics education important today?
10/16/2023

We want to hear from you! Why is civics education important today?

Our mission is to educate and inspire engaged and responsible citizens guided by the United States Constitution and the ...
10/12/2023

Our mission is to educate and inspire engaged and responsible citizens guided by the United States Constitution and the history and values of the Union League. All that we do is made possible thanks to your generous contributions.

Your gift to the Legacy Foundation helps us continue this important work. To make your gift today, visit: https://ullf.org/fbgive

Meet scholarship recipient Julia Henry!Julia was nominated by Girls Scouts of Eastern Pennsylvania. Julia was graduated ...
10/10/2023

Meet scholarship recipient Julia Henry!

Julia was nominated by Girls Scouts of Eastern Pennsylvania. Julia was graduated from Quakertown Community High School and attends Penn State University.

At the Legacy Foundation, we operate two unique scholarship programs – the Union League Scholarship and the Abele Scholarship for Employee Children.

Over the nearly 70 years of scholarship programs, over $7 million has been awarded in scholarship aid to more than 1,000 students in support of their academic endeavors.

Is civics education a priority in modern society? Tell us why. Share your thoughts in the comments. We want to hear from...
10/06/2023

Is civics education a priority in modern society? Tell us why. Share your thoughts in the comments. We want to hear from you!

Last night the Legacy Foundation hosted an interesting Liberty Series program titled "Abortion, Guns, Race, and Religion...
10/03/2023

Last night the Legacy Foundation hosted an interesting Liberty Series program titled "Abortion, Guns, Race, and Religion: What's Next for the Supreme Court?" with speaker Jeff Rosen and Robbie George and moderated by John Yoo.

The 2022-2023 year was filled with consequential decisions. The 2023-2024 year ahead promises to be just as historic. With a polarizing political climate, ethics scandals and damaging leaks, the United States Supreme Court is at the center of cultural and political fights that have not been seen in many generations. Join for this program where John Yoo, Visiting Fellow at the Hoover Institution, Emanuel S. Heller Professor of Law at the University of California- Berkley School of Law, and a Visiting Scholar at the American Enterprise Institute will moderate a discussion with Jeffrey Rosen, President and CEO of the National Constitution Center and Robert P. George, McCormick Professor of Jurisprudence and Director of the James Madison Program in American Ideals and Institutions at Princeton University. This program promises to be both entertaining and enlightening looking at the year and cases both behind and ahead of the Court.

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The 2022-2023 year was filled with consequential decisions. The 2023-2024 year ahead promises to be just as historic. With a polarizing political climate, et...

When Maria Fassett Harvey learned that President Lincoln's body was to lie in State at Independence Hall from the 22nd t...
09/29/2023

When Maria Fassett Harvey learned that President Lincoln's body was to lie in State at Independence Hall from the 22nd to the 25th of April 1865, she, like many other Philadelphians, went looking for an American flag to hang out of the window of her row home. Harvey could not find one to buy, so she purchased the necessary materials, and made her own flag.

Courtesy of The Union League Legacy Foundation, Gift of Union League member Glenn Porter and Dorothy Harvey Ulrich

Last night the Legacy Foundation hosted an exciting Public Hours program titled, "Threat of China" with speaker Ambassad...
09/27/2023

Last night the Legacy Foundation hosted an exciting Public Hours program titled, "Threat of China" with speaker Ambassador John Bolton.

The United States is engaged in a geopolitical, economic, ideologic and cultural contest with a rising military and economic power, China. In this program, Ambassador John Bolton discussed the threats and opportunities posed by China and his ideas on what the United States must do to ensure that the 21st century does not become “The China Century.” Bolton served as the 26th National Security Advisor from 2018 to 2019, 25th Ambassador to the United Nations from 2005 to 2006, as a United States Assistant Attorney General for President Ronald Reagan from 1985 to 1989, in the State Department as Assistant Secretary of State for International Organization Affairs from 1989 to 1993 and Under Secretary of State for Arms Control and International Security Affairs from 2001 to 2005. Bolton is among the most important foreign policy and defense specialists of the last 35 years, and continues to be an influential political, defense and international policy expert.

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The United States is engaged in a geopolitical, economic, ideologic and cultural contest with a rising military and economic power, China. In this program, A...

We believe it is critically important for young people to understand that they have a place in civic life and a role to ...
09/27/2023

We believe it is critically important for young people to understand that they have a place in civic life and a role to play in our democratic Republic. For this reason, we dedicate our efforts to civics education.

We know you value this important work. You can contribute to our efforts by making a gift to the Legacy Foundation today. Visit ullf.org/fbgive today to make your gift.

Join us Monday, October 2 at 6:00pm for the next Liberty Series event: What’s Next for the Supreme Court?John Yoo, Visit...
09/25/2023

Join us Monday, October 2 at 6:00pm for the next Liberty Series event: What’s Next for the Supreme Court?

John Yoo, Visiting Fellow at the Hoover Institution, Emanuel S. Heller Professor of Law at the University of California- Berkley School of Law, and a Visiting Scholar at the American Enterprise Institute will moderate a discussion with Jeffrey Rosen, President and CEO of the National Constitution Center and Robert P. George, McCormick Professor of Jurisprudence and Director of the James Madison Program in American Ideals and Institutions at Princeton University.

Tomorrow, September 23, is National Public Lands Day. It's a great opportunity to not only take advantage of the many pu...
09/22/2023

Tomorrow, September 23, is National Public Lands Day. It's a great opportunity to not only take advantage of the many public lands available to Americans, but to be a contributing citizen and volunteer your time.

To learn more, visit:
nps.gov/subjects/npscelebrates/public-lands-day.htm

Meet scholarship recipient Karis Dharmawirya!Karis was nominated by Settlement Music School. Karis is a graduate of Phil...
09/20/2023

Meet scholarship recipient Karis Dharmawirya!

Karis was nominated by Settlement Music School. Karis is a graduate of Phil-Mont Christian Academy and attends University of Cincinnati College-Conservatory of Music.

The Union League Scholarship was established in 1956 to further celebrate and inspire Good Citizenship Awardees. Students are nominated to attend Good Citizen Day and receive the Union League Good Citizenship Award as juniors in high school by one of the Legacy Foundation’s partner agencies. In their senior year, those students are eligible to apply for a Union League Scholarship.

One of our primary initiatives is providing civics education. Reports have shown that civics education produces a popula...
09/18/2023

One of our primary initiatives is providing civics education. Reports have shown that civics education produces a population who are more likely to vote; work on community issues; become socially responsible; and feel confident speaking publicly and interacting with elected officials.

Your gift to the Legacy Foundation helps us continue this important work. To make your gift today, visit: https://ullf.org/fbgive

Did you know that a copy of the Emancipation Proclamation signed by President Abraham Lincoln is on display in The Herit...
09/15/2023

Did you know that a copy of the Emancipation Proclamation signed by President Abraham Lincoln is on display in The Heritage Center exhibit?

Learn more about the Emancipation Proclamation in our current exhibit "A City Divided: The Civil War, Philadelphia & The Union League". The exhibit tells the story of a country at war in the 1860s, a city divided, and The Union League of Philadelphia's fight to save the Union.

This exhibit is proudly presented by The Union League Legacy Foundation and is on display in The Heritage Center through December 2024.

With a focus on civics education in mind, we want to hear from you. Tell us why civics education is important today? How...
09/13/2023

With a focus on civics education in mind, we want to hear from you. Tell us why civics education is important today? How does it benefit society?

Meet scholarship recipient Devin Torres! Devin Torres was nominated by Hopeworks Camden. He was graduated from Lenape Hi...
09/11/2023

Meet scholarship recipient Devin Torres!

Devin Torres was nominated by Hopeworks Camden. He was graduated from Lenape High School and attends the University of Southern California.

At the Legacy Foundation, we operate two unique scholarship programs – the Union League Scholarship and the Abele Scholarship for Employee Children.

Over the nearly 70 years of scholarship programs, over $7 million has been awarded in scholarship aid to more than 1,000 students in support of their academic endeavors.

Join us tonight at 6:00pm for a Library Hour on 'The Devils Will Get No Rest: FDR, Churchill and the Plan that Won the W...
09/11/2023

Join us tonight at 6:00pm for a Library Hour on 'The Devils Will Get No Rest: FDR, Churchill and the Plan that Won the War' with James Conroy.

In a secret, no-holds-barred, ten-day debate in a Moroccan warzone, protected by British marines and elite American troops, Franklin Roosevelt, Winston Churchill, Charles de Gaulle, George C. Marshall, Dwight D. Eisenhower, George S. Patton Jr., Sir Alan Brooke, Lord Louis Mountbatten, Sir Harold Alexander and their military peers questioned each other’s competence, doubted each other’s vision and argued their way through choices that could win or lose the second world war.

Watch from our YouTube channel: youtube.com//streams

Labor Day is a day to celebrate the contributions that America’s workers make to its strength and prosperity. Thank you ...
09/04/2023

Labor Day is a day to celebrate the contributions that America’s workers make to its strength and prosperity. Thank you to all who embrace free enterprise and who work each day with pride in themselves and our great nation.

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The Union League Legacy Foundation

The legacy of the Union League began with saving the Union, and continues today through the work of the charities of the Union League. On July 1, these charities joined forces to create a new, more effective and efficient, single organization - The Union League Legacy Foundation. Together with the Library, The Union League Legacy Foundation produces nearly 60 annual programs as the charitable and cultural arm of the Union League.

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