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Philip Mark Cole

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 L to R: Henny Cole, Dave Cole, Phil Cole, Diane Cole, Judy Alder, Diana Cole, Bill Cole and Donna Cole.

L to R: Judy Alder, Diane Hilton, Bill Cole, Donna Cole, Diane Cole and Phil Cole.


Seated: Phil Cole, Bill Codori and Sylvia Codori.

Standing: Diane Cole, Gordon Hansen and Carol Codori.


L to R: Phil Cole, Sandrine Dehlinger and Diane Cole 7/2008. 

Phil and Diane at home 7/2008.


Phil Cole, Sandrine and Diane Cole 7/2008.


From the Evening Sun Reporter 7/15/2008

2007 Codori family dinner.

Standing L to R: Bill Codori, Diana Cole and Phil Cole.

Seated L to R: Sylvia Codori, Joanne Griest, Al Griest and Richard Cole.

Phil Cole and Chucki Strevig.

L to R: Ryan Smith, Kerri Smith, Diane  Cole and Phil Cole.

L to R: Phil Cole, Diane Cole and Sylvia Codori at the Harley factory at York, PA. 12/3/2007 

Phil and Diane Cole of Gettysburg 2007 

Standing L to R: Bill Codori, Sylvia Codori, Phil Cole, Diana Cole and Carol Codori.

Seated L to R: Ed Cole, Janet Cole, Debbie Cole and Richard Robison.


Phil Cole with wife Diane


Phil Cole and  Christine Damele Gorlick


Photo from the Internet 2002


Gen. Lee (Martin Sheen) Left and Philip Cole on the right.

The book at the left was written by Philip M. Cole and is available from the two web site below.


Here's what had to say about Phil's book.

Description:  A new analysis of the big guns at Gettysburg--how they worked and why they proved decisive in determining the battle's outcome.
All things related to the battle of Gettysburg continue to fascinate the reading public, but few know the artillery's important role in deciding the outcome of that epic battle. Philip Cole, a licensed Guide at Gettysburg National Military Park, has now written a detailed account of the technical and organizational factors behind Union and Confederate artillery actions at Gettysburg, focusing on the operation of the artillery branches--their organization, men, equipment, ammunition, and performance.

In this fresh approach, Cole amasses technical detail on manpower, command structure, logistics, and artillery technology and analyzes each detail in light of its impact on the battle. In doing so, he never loses sight of the human drama behind the guns--the many tales of heroism and human and animal suffering of the artillery units. Cole's conclusions on the role of artillery at Gettysburg will influence historians and researchers for years to come.