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A Wisconsin Boy in Dixie: Civil War Letters of James K.Newton (North Coast Books) Paperback – 31 Mar 1995
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[Stephen E. Ambrose s] collection of James Newton s letters to his parents will appeal to readers who want to go beyond the din of battle and the oratory of politicians and look at the Civil War from a different perspective, that of a common soldier writing home. Kliatt
"[Stephen E. Ambrose's] collection of James Newton's letters to his parents will appeal to readers who want to go beyond the din of battle and the oratory of politicians and look at the Civil War from a different perspective, that of a common soldier writing home."--Kliatt
These letters follow Newton as he travelled more than 5000 miles as a soldier in the American Civil War.See all Product description
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First person book written about the nitty gritty and true horrors of war.
The horrors that unfortunately most people don't expeperience,
If they only did I am convinved we would have far fewer conflicts, especially by those of us who live in the Free World....
A great read, I am a former combat Veteran and you can bet I am very Thankful I missed this war.