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Reinhardt, Joseph R. 1940-

Reinhardt, Joseph R. 1940-


Born June 26, 1940, in Louisville, KY; son of Joseph R., Sr. (in carpentry business) and Leona Olivia (a homemaker) Reinhart; married Virginia M. Parker; children: three daughters. Ethnicity: "German descent." Education: Bellarmine College, A.B., 1962; Indiana University, M.B.A., 1964. Religion: Roman Catholic.


Home—Louisville, KY. E-mail—[email protected]


Coopers & Lybrand, Louisville, KY, partner and certified public accountant, 1964-91.


Louisville Civil War Round Table (past member of board of directors).


History of the 6th Kentucky Volunteer Infantry, U.S.: The Boys Who Feared No Noise, Beargrass Press (Louisville, KY), 2000.

(Translator and editor) Two Germans in the Civil War: The Diary of John Daeuble and the Letters of Gottfried Rentschler, 6th Kentucky Volunteer Infantry, University of Tennessee Press (Knoxville, TN), 2004.

(Translator and editor) August Willich's Gallant Dutchmen: Civil War Letters from the 32nd Indiana Infantry, Kent State University Press (Kent, OH), 2006.


Joseph R. Reinhardt told CA: "I research and write so people can learn more about Kentuckians and German-Americans in the Civil War."

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