This volume, the seventh in a nine-volume series about the Civil War, provides a view of the ugly side of a war, where more people were victims of disease than of direct combat wounds.
Included are complete works by Leander Stillwell, Thomas Wentworth Higginson, George Alfred Townsend, Matthew Brady, and Alexander Gardner showing the perspectives of generals, as well as those of ordinary combatants. The narratives are especially compelling when read along with the photographs of Matthew Brady, one of the first to wok as a war photographer.
Also published by Aftermath Publishing:
The Civil War Series
Lincoln and Davis
Five Civil War Generals: Grant, Lee, Longstreet, Sherman, and Sheridan
Lee and Grant
A Treasury of Civil War Fiction
Women in the Civil war
The Rise and Fall of the Confederate Government
Civil War Army Life
A Civil War Miscellany
Native Americans in the Civil War