|Emphasizing the Confederate Experience in the Civil War|
In Civil War Minutes - Confederate Volume 1, you will learn about many aspects of the Confederate soldier’s life. See the canteen, knife and sewing kit he carried, the implements of war he used, the musket he fired, the battle flag he waved and his personal story from the letters he wrote to home and the entries made in his diary. Also get an eyewitness view of the battle at Gettysburg through a Confederate After Action Report.
See many Confederate artifacts and hear firsthand accounts of soldiers’ stories including an eyewitness account of J.E.B. Stuart’s death. You will also learn several interesting facts, from how the drums of war were the lifeblood of any company to how General John Chambliss’ sword was used to fight on both sides of the Civil War and how General Thomas "Stonewall" Jackson earned his nickname. Learn how the Civil War influenced the lives of Confederate and Union soldiers through stories in their own words.
Editor's NoteThis compilation of CIVIL WAR MINUTES - CONFEDERATE reveals little known facts and stories about major Confederate players in the Civil War. Discover why few photographs exist of General Robert E. Lee and get an eyewitness account of J.E.B. Stuart's death. Learn how General John Morgan's Raiders ended up in a Pittsburgh jail; why both Union and Confederate soldiers fought with Confederate General John Chambliss' sword; and how General Thomas "Stonewall" Jackson earned his nickname. See never before told stories of Confederate soldiers including accounts of the battle at Fort Sumter and a Confederate After Action Report at Gettysburg. Learn how Confederate soldiers dressed including their belt buckles and their uniforms that were frequently upgraded as they rose through the ranks of their regiment. Explore the soldier's weapons of choice and how fellowships forged during wartime lasted throughout his life.|
|Michael Kraus and David Neville - Writers|