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United States -- History -- Civil War, 1861-1865 -- Psychological aspects
For cause and comrades, why men fought in the Civil War, James M. McPherson
Courage under fire, profiles in bravery from the battlefields of the Civil War, Wiley Sword
The smell of battle, the taste of siege, a sensory history of the Civil War, Mark M. Smith
Private confederacies, the emotional worlds of southern men as citizens and soldiers, James J. Broomall
Southern invincibility, a history of the Confederate heart, Wiley Sword
Living hell, the dark side of the Civil War, Michael C. C. Adams
This republic of suffering, death and the American Civil War, Drew Gilpin Faust
The war for the common soldier, how men thought, fought, and survived in Civil War armies, Peter S. Carmichael
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