Best Little Ironies, Oddities, and Mysteries of the Civil War is a collection of more than 100 stories of unusual and frequently surprising events that took place in connection with the Civil War.
C. Brian Kelly, a prize-winning journalist, is cofounder of Montpelier Publishing and a columnist and editor emeritus for Military History magazine. He is also a lecturer in newswriting at the University of Virginia. Kelly's articles have appeared in Reader's Digest, Friends, Yankee, Rod Serlin's Twilight Zone, and other magazines. He is the author of several books on American history and resides in Charlottesville, Virginia.
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This book is a collection of stories about some of the lesser-known facts of the civil war, such as AP Hill's terrible infection with syphillis that made sitting on a saddle unbearable at times.