Embattled courage: the experience of combat in the American Civil War

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Free Press, 1987 - History - 357 pages
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A haunting exploration of the psychosocial effects of the Civil War upon the soldiers who fought in it, using riveting first hand accounts of the personal conflicts behind the historic battles culled from the diaries of Union and Confederate soldiers. 16 pages of photographs.

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This civil war book is unique, in that we see the war from the perspective of those who were involved. Linderman includes excerpts from letters and diaries of the men who fought this horrible war. The ... Read full review

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Introduction
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PART ONE COURAGES
5
Courage at the Core
7
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