This Week on Dispatches: Matthew Skic on “Cost of Revolution, The Life and Death of an Irish Soldier”

On this week’s Dispatches host Brady Crytzer interviews Museum of the American Revolution Associate Curator Matthew Skic on the development, installation, and writing the accompanying book for the recent exhibition, “Cost of Revolution, The Life and Death of an Irish Soldier.”

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  • “Cost of Revolution, The Life and Death of an Irish Soldier” is a marvelous exhibition that should not be missed. One of the best things I’ve seen on the American Revolution. The assemblage of paintings, documents and artifacts is remarkable. I very much appreciated the British point of view and the connections between the Revolution and the quest for freedom in Ireland.

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