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For both Union and Confederate soldiers, religion was the greatest sustainer of morale in the Civil War, and faith was a refuge in a great time of need. Guarding and guiding the spiritual well-being of the fighters, army chaplains were a voice of hope and reason in an otherwise chaotic military existence. Here for the first time, encompassing the depth and breadth of their dedication and sacrifice, is their fascinating and uplifting story.
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Dr. James I. Robertson Jr. is a professor of history at Virginia Tech. William C. Davis is a professor of history at Virginia Tech. Col. John W. Brinsfield is a retired army chaplain in Atlanta. Benedict Maryniak is a lifelong student of the Civil War in Lancaster, New York.
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