The Stonewall Brigade (Men-at-Arms, Volume 30)

By John Millin Selby

"Look! there's Jackson status like a stone wall. Rally in the back of the Virginians!" With those phrases basic Bee ensured the attractiveness of Thomas Jonathan Jackson and his troops who have been struggling with along him on the conflict of the 1st Bull Run (July 1861). This recognition was once stronger in Jackson's Shenandoah Valley crusade and different operations the place the Stonewall Brigade 's activities won the compliment in their accomplice compatriots and the honour in their enemies. This booklet examines the uniforms, gear, heritage and association of the Brigade and its strive against event throughout the American Civil warfare (1861-1865). certain maps and modern illustrations accompany this account in their significant engagements.

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