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William Watson (1826-1906) was a Scottish native who enlisted in the Confederate Army. Watson recounts life in a volunteer corps of the Confederate army. He provides his personal views on the causes of the war, and the conduct of both sides. Detailing the lives of the soldiers, he describes their living conditions, daily rations, and the levels of destruction and death.

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It's was just to boring.
To much he said this and he said that back.
Only for somebody who really interested in boring details.

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  • 24-06-21

Terrible narration, with long periods of dead air

Worse book I have ever tried to listen to, period. The narrator is terrible, stopping at will and leaving many periods of dead, air. .leaving one to wonder if the man is on a coffee break. Reading is dull, boring , at the best horror. and is likey to but one to sleep.

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  • howard bascom
  • 26-06-19

This is a horrible book by a horrible narrator

This book sucks. The narrator sucks. The language is stilted. Don’t listen to it. It’s horrible

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