Category Archives: Civil War on film

Of Maps and Men: Lt. Ambrose Bierce and Capt. Levi T. Scofield

After devoting several years delving deeply into the military career of Ambrose Bierce, famed American satirist and short story writer, I am always interested in finding new first hand accounts of campaigns and battles he fought in.  In the Autumn of … Continue reading

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An Execution in Alabama

Something recently came across my cluttered work-desk which put me thinking about one of my favorite authors–and one of the great writers of American letters–Ambrose Bierce. The object in question is an audio gem produced by a company called American … Continue reading

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