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Born to Be Brothers, An American Civil War Epic by T. Wayne Babb

Born to Be Brothers, An American Civil War Epic

by T. Wayne Babb

676 pages
The American Civil War as seen from both sides

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About the Book
In Born to be Brothers, the reader will follow the exploits of a Confederate soldier, Private Kentlock Falconer, and a Union soldier, Private Rudolphus Zoll, as they fight a war that will decide if the Union is preserved, or if a new nation will spring forth on the North American Continent.

Both young men are brave in the extreme, believe strongly in what they are fighting for, and do not hesitate to kill their enemy to advance their cause. What they do not realize is they are more alike than they are different. But the politicians and the generals want a war, and it is their lot to fight it.

If you are a history buff, Born to be Brothers is a book you will very much enjoy. If you are a Civil War history buff, this book is a must read for you. But if you are one of those people who detests history because your high school teacher made you memorize all those dates and places and names and compacts and treaties ad nauseium, then you absolutely must read this book! When you do, you will realize that history is more than dates and places etcetera, it is about people and their stories and how the events of our past affect our lives today.

 

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About the Author
T. Wayne Babb T. Wayne Babb is a southerner by birth, originally from Ft. Payne, Alabama, but he grew up in Chattanooga, Tennessee. Babb spent 30 years as an intelligence analyst with the U.S. Air Force and 10 years with the National Reconnaissance Office, a division of the CIA. He is now retired.

 

 

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