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Title: Friendly Fire in the Civil War; More Than 100 True Stories of Comrade Killing Comrade.
Description: Rutledge Hill, Nashville, Tennessee, 1999.. 229 pp, 9" H, soft cover. ISBN 1558537368 B&w photographs, maps/battle plans, reproductions. "On May 2, 1863, Stonewall Jackson was on the verge of the greatest victory of his career. Shortly before 10 p.m. he rode through the woods near Chancel lorsville, Virginia, to find where the Federals had established their line. As he returned, his own men, in the noise and confusion, opened fire, wounding Jackson several times. One of the Civil War's first heroes died eight days later. St o n e w a l l Jackson's death is but one example of Confederate killing Confederte or Yankee killing Yankee. No war was as intense and chaotic as the American Civil War. (The author) has brought together Jackson's story and 150 other instances of f ri en dl y fi re in this unique book that strips away the romanticism of the Civil War." Interior - clean and tight with no previous ownership marks. Exterior - very light edge wear - mainly on spine, tiny scuff on front cover. Very Good.

Keywords: Fairfax Court House, Virginia, Blackburn's Ford, Manassas, Glasgow, Missouri, Munson's Hill, Santa Rosa Island, Florida, Hampton Roads, Pea Ridge, Arkansas, Shiloh, Tennessee, Sewell's Point, Malvern, Baton Rouge, Antietam, Charleston, Crater, Peter

Price: US$ 10.00 Seller: Capricorn Books
- Book number: 24094

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