About this title: Reflecting no misty-eyed nostalgia, Frank Wilkeson's memoir of the Civil War is "unlike most others by Civil War veterans, who tended to romanticize and sometimes to glorify their experiences, thus distorting the experiences they went through. . . . His emphasis on the seamy, unheroic, horrific side of war is a healthy corrective to romanticism".--James M. McPherson, from his Introduction.
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