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Angels of the Battlefield

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Angels of the Battlefield by George Barton is a compelling and eye-opening account of the crucial role that nurses played in the American Civil War. Barton delves into the lives of these brave women, detailing their experiences on the front lines and their tireless efforts to care for wounded soldiers.

The book is filled with poignant stories of sacrifice and courage, showcasing the strength and resilience of these unsung heroes. Barton's writing is both engaging and informative, providing readers with a deeper understanding of the challenges faced by nurses during this tumultuous period in history.

Overall, Angels of the Battlefield is a moving and thought-provoking read that sheds light on a lesser-known aspect of the Civil War. Barton's admiration for these remarkable women is evident throughout the book, making it a fitting tribute to their contributions to the war effort. Highly recommended for anyone interested in history, nursing, or stories of bravery in the face of adversity.

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"Angels of the Battlefield: A History of the Labors of the Catholic Sisterhoods in the Late Civil War" chronicles the compassionate services of these dedicated women during the bitter and bloody U.S. Civil War. These accounts also offer some important historical details, giving some important insights into the people and events of the war. This is the Second Edition, Revised and Enlarged. - Summary by Larry Wilson

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