The Life and Military Career of Thomas Jonathan Jackson is Markinfield Addey's mesmerizing account of General "Stonewall" Jackson, a man who was deemed to be one of the most brilliant commanders of the Civil War. With a skillful, though sometimes peculiar, style of fighting, his charisma inspired confidence in his troops, firing up their enthusiasm for the cause while fearlessly and courageously obeying his every command. Soldiers from both the North and South revered Jackson as a man noble in heart and chivalric in action?.
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