- Author:John Whitman,Full Cast
- Publisher:Time Warner Audiobooks (July 1, 1998)
- Subcategory:Leaders & Notable People
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Soldier Life: Letters Home and Journals of the War (Voices of the Civil War) (Audio Adaptations of the Time Life Book Series).
Soldier Life: Letters Home and Journals of the War (Voices of the Civil War) (Audio Adaptations of the Time Life Book Series). Select Format: Audio Cassette. Format:Audio Cassette.
Start by marking Voices of the Civil War: Soldier Life (Audio Adaptations of the Time Life Book Series) as Want to Read . Here is the stirring audio dramatization of real letters and journals written by Civil War soldiers.
Start by marking Voices of the Civil War: Soldier Life (Audio Adaptations of the Time Life Book Series) as Want to Read: Want to Read savin. ant to Read. Collected from hundreds of published and unpublished sources, listeners will experience what it was really like to endure this incredible historic conflict.
Book 2 of 17 in the Voices of the Civil War Series. From School Library Journal. YA-These books look at particular aspects of the Civil War. After a brief overview of the topic, the author makes extensive use of diaries, memoirs, and letters of the participants to further illustrate the narrative. These reminiscences are not by the senior generals and politicians, but by the common soldiers, their parents, and their wives.
The Civil War book series (. OCLC 20080930) chronicles in great detail the American Civil War. Published by Time Life the series was simultaneously released in the USA and Canada between 1983 and 1987. Published by Time Life the series was simultaneously released in the USA and Canada between 1983 and 1987, with subsequent identical reprints in the late 1980s - early 1990s following suit for foreign, though untranslated, dissemination as well.
Written by Time-Life Books, narrated by Kent Broadhurst, Ralph Byers. the actors in This audiobook totally demasculinized the soldiers fighting in the Civil War. In this Time Life AudioBook, letters, journal entries and reports chronicle the bloody battle which left 4,000 men from both armies killed, wounded or captured in the desperate struggle to repel the first Confederate invasion of Union territory.
Civil War writing frequently presented a series of small episodes, pictures, anecdotes or case histories, a series of glimpses of a new complex and appalling reality. Whitman's choice of the memorandum or short sketch was strategic in pursuing the vivid particularity of particular cases, for example that of a young soldier from Wisconsin who was fatally wounded in battle.
The book that takes its title from that infinitely sad affirmation of the value of life is not as readable as Soldiers of Salamis.
Civil War still holds over us. There are enormous numbers of descendants of the . For much of the war, both sides are concerned with a game of capture the flag, as though by either capturing or preserving th. . There are enormous numbers of descendants of the veterans of that war who still honor their ancestry in very graphic and impressive ways. More than fifty thousand soldiers are killed, wounded, or missing, after a three-day fight that many now believe will prevent Southern forces under Robert E. Lee from ever again challenging any Union army for dominance on the field. In the West, the conflict rarely involves major cities at all.
Smallwood provides no details of his life. Thousands of Civil War veterans lived far into the 20th century. Yet this bit of film is one of the rarest in existence. Not only does it capture one of the few moving images of an African-American Civil War veteran, but it may be the only one ever made of a soldier who fought with the famed 54th Massachusetts Regiment, made famous by the 1988 film Glory. Smallwood is just one of many Civil War veterans whose images may be seen and voices heard on reels of old film and audio recordings preserved in the collections of the Library of Congress.