Southern Thunder: Exploits of the Confederate States Navy

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Burd Street Press, 1996 - History - 198 pages
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Southern Thunder follows the success of Gray Thunder with more exciting accounts of the exploits of the Confederate States Navy. Within these covers are described, in vivid detail, additional battles and engagements fought by the Southern navy against a well equipped and relentless foe. The Confederate navy has been greatly ignored in the accounts of the War Between the States; this second work in a series, however, helps to fill that void. Using selected episodes, the author tells the fascinating story of the many victories and defeats of the South's navy, as it struggled with sparse resources against unbelievable odds.

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Raphael Semmes and his officers on board the CSS Sumter
Commander Raphael Semmes

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Campbell is a member of the Sons of Confederate Veterans.

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