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Every memoir of the American Civil War provides us with another view of the catastrophe that changed the country forever. But this is one of the clearest and most informative ever put into audio.

As a commander in Stonewall Jackson's brigade, John Casler experienced all the horrors and comedy of the American Civil War. His time was not so different from his countrymen on the other side, with the exception of point of view.

"I was no secessionist and hoped the trouble would be settled without recourse to arms; but when the war came, I shouldered my musket on behalf of my native state and defended her to the last."

Drawn from his diary at the time, Casler recounts his experiences in the ranks, from marches and looting to nail-biting escapades and the monotony of life as a prisoner of war. Four Years in the Stonewall Brigade is a remarkable account of men in war, graphically bringing to light the challenges they faced on a daily basis.

©2016 John O. Casler (P)2016 Blackstone Audio, Inc.

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I thoroughly enjoyed this book. It put into words, hardships, daring, bravery and comradeship that is difficult for those of us who did not live during this time period. The author's descriptions and the reader's ability to bring those words to life were quite enjoyable and informative to me.