The Stonewall Brigade

The Stonewall Brigade

Men-at-Arms 30
  • Author: John Selby
  • Illustrator: Michael Roffe
  • Short code: MAA 30
  • Publication Date: 15 Jun 1971
  • Number of Pages: 50
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‘Look!' There is Jackson standing like a stone wall. Rally behind the Virginians!' With these words General Bee ensured the reputation of Thomas Jackson and his troops who were fighting alongside him at the battle of the the First Bull Run. This reputation was enhanced during Jackson's Shenandoah Valley campaign and other operations where the Stonewall Brigade's actions gained the praise of their Confederate compatriots and the respect of their enemies. This book examines the uniforms, equipment, history and organization of the Brigade and its combat experience during the American Civil War. Detailed maps and contemporary illustrations accompany this account of their major engagements.

Biographical Note

John Selby was educated at Haileybury, The Royal Military Academy, Woolwich, and Christ's College, Cambridge. He is a military historian and Senior Lecturer at the Royal Military Academy, Sandhurst. His previous books include "The Second World War”, "Stories of Famous Sieges”, "The Recollections of Sergeant Morris” (editor), "The Paper Dragon”, "The Boer War”, "The Thin Red Line” and a biography of Stonewall Jackson.Michael Roffe is a talented illustrator of military subjects who has worked for Osprey for many years.

Contents

T. J. Jackson First Bull Run The Valley The Seven Days' Battles Chancellorsville The plates

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