First Bull Run 1861: The South's first victory (Campaign)
By Alan Hankinson
At Bull Run, green, ill-trained and poorly led armies clashed within the beginning engagement of the yankee Civil conflict (1861-1865). Culminating in a stalwart protective struggle through Thomas 'Stonewall' Jackson's Virginia Brigade, this can be the tale of the Confederacy's first victory. the writer investigates the personalities of the relevant commanders and examines the opposing armies, exhibiting how the commonly various uniforms of alternative devices prompted error of id which affected the conflict at an important issues. guns, intelligence and the just about common inexperience of troops on either side are all mentioned, aiding to give an explanation for the occasions of the conflict itself.