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Desertion during the Civil War

Ella Lonn

Desertion during the Civil War

by Ella Lonn

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Published by The Century Co. in New York, London .
Written in English

    Places:
  • United States,
  • United States.
    • Subjects:
    • Desertion, Military -- United States.,
    • United States -- History -- Civil War, 1861-1865.

    • Edition Notes

      Statementby Ella Lonn ...
      ContributionsAmerican Historical Association.
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsE468 .L86
      The Physical Object
      Paginationvii, 251 p.
      Number of Pages251
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL6723542M
      LC Control Number29000770
      OCLC/WorldCa491766

        Desertion during the Civil War, originally published in , remains the only book-length treatment of its subject. Ella Lonn examines the causes and consequences of desertion from both the Northern and Southern armies. Drawing on official war records, she notes that one in seven enlisted Union soldiers and one in nine Confederate soldiers Brand: Golden Springs Publishing. CWT Book Review: Desertion During the Civil War Desertion During the Civil War by Ella Lonn Most people today consider desertion the ultimate act of rebellion against one’s nation. During the Civil War, however, many Americans had a more complex understanding of this act of.

      Partial bibliography: Blair, William, Virginia's Private War: Feeding Body and Soul in the Confederacy, New York: Oxford University Press, Emerson, William E., "Leadership and Civil War Desertion in the Twenty-fourth and Twenty-fifth Regiments of North Carolina Troops," Southern Historian 18 (fall ), pp. Gallagher, Gary W. involved during the late war. Ella Lonn, in her groundbreaking book, Desertion During The Civil War, took on the subject of desertion for the first time in , while some of 1Bell Irvin Wiley, The Life of Billy Yank: The Common Soldier of the Union (Indianapolis: Bobbs-Merrill Company, ), Author: Stephen F Ragon.

      Escaping the Civil War book. Read 6 reviews from the world's largest community for readers. An inside look into desertion during the American Civil War c /5. Civil War desertion by North Carolina troops remains a controversial topic. Owing to the fragmentary nature of surviving records, researchers have arrived at different conclusions as to how many North Carolina soldiers actually deserted the Confederate army. Soon after the conflict, the U.S. Army's provost marshal general officially estimated t North Carolina troops deserted between.


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Desertion during the Civil War by Ella Lonn Download PDF EPUB FB2

Desertion during the Civil War, originally published inremains the only book-length treatment of its Lonn examines the causes and consequences of desertion from both the Northern and Southern armies. Drawing on official war records, she notes that one in seven enlisted Union soldiers and one in nine Confederate soldiers by: Aaron W.

Marrs, Desertion and Loyalty in the South Carolina Infantry, Civil War History, 50, March James T. Otten, Disloyalty in the Upper Districts of South Carolina during the Civil War. South Carolina Historical Magazine, 75, April Trevor Plante, The Shady Side of the Family Tree: Civil War Union Court-Martial Files.

Desertion During the Civil War. by Ella Lonn. Most people today consider desertion the ultimate act of rebellion against one’s nation. During the Civil War, however, many Americans had a more complex understanding of this act of defiance, refusing to condemn every deserter as a seditious traitor.

Desertion during the Civil War, originally published inremains the only book-length treatment of its subject.

Ella Lonn examines the causes and consequences of desertion from both the Northern and Southern armies. Drawing on official war records, she notes that one in seven enlisted Union soldiers and one in nine Confederate soldiers deserted.

Desertion during the Civil War, originally published inremains the only book-length treatment of its subject. Ella Lonn examines the causes and consequences of desertion from both the Northern and Southern armies.

Drawing on official war records, she notes that one in seven enlisted Union soldiers and one in nine Confederate soldiers. Desertion occurs when soldiers deliberately and permanently leave military service before their term of service has expired.

During the American Civil War (–), both the Union and Confederate armies were plagued by deserters, whose absence depleted the strength of their respective forces.

Historians traditionally have. Desertion became more common as the war continued on. Not all Americans wanted a war and not all believed in their cause. Soldiers should not be forced to fight for something they don’t believe in, but unfortunately this was not the case during the American Civil War.

For. Desertion was a common problem faced by commanders on both sides of the Civil War, although the issue has not been fully explored by military historians and exact numbers are hard to determine.

Causes of Desertion Myriad reasons exist for desertion during the Civil War. Desertion during the Civil War, originally published inremains the only book-length treatment of its Lonn examines the causes and consequences of desertion from both the Northern and Southern armies. Drawing on official war records, she notes that one in seven enlisted Union soldiers and one in nine Confederate soldiers discusses many/5.

You may want to check out Trevor Plante's in-depth Prologue article, The Shady Side of the Family Tree: Civil War Union Court-Martial Case Files. In the article, he mentions that, "Desertion is a very common charge found in Civil War court-martial case files. Many of these cases are brief and provide little testimony.

Desertion during the Civil War, originally published inremains the only book-length treatment of its Lonn examines the causes and consequences of desertion from both the Northern and Southern armies.

Drawing on official war records, she notes that one in seven enlisted Union soldiers and one in nine Confederate soldiers deserted. However, as the war progressed, a broad variety of conduct was interpreted as evasion of duty.

Straggling, skulking, fighting in the wrong unit, or temporary absence fell under an ever-widening definition of desertion. Many motives traditionally associated with desertion existed during the Civil War.

Despite its age, "Desertion During the Civil War" remains the standard introduction to the topic. The book's major shortcoming is touched on in William Blair's introduction to this reprint: "Lonn relied primarily on the 'Official Records.' Although adequate for the time, this would be considered merely a good beginning today."/5(5).

During the American Civil War, both the Union and Confederacy had a desertion problem. From its million or so men, the Union Army saw aboutdesertions.

Overdeserted the Confederate army, which was less than a million men and possibly as little as a. Desertion plagued Georgia regiments during the Civil War () and, in addition to other factors, debilitated the Confederate war effort.

Deserters were not merely cowards or ne'er-do-wells; some were seasoned veterans from battle-hardened regiments. Ella Lonn's "Desertion During the Civil War" Lonn's book lists 1, as the figure for Confederate army officer deserters, andas the figure for enlisted men.

The amount of officers were somewhat surprising to me. But over ,00o enlisted. Experience for yourself the historical and personal impact of the Civil War in a way that only HISTORY can present in this moving megaset™, filled with over 28 hours of American Civil War content.

This MEGASET is the most comprehensive American Civil War compilation to date and is the mother of all Civil War documentaries. Cold Mountain is a fictional story with its roots in the story of a Confederate deserter.

Inman isn’t opposed to the war initially but eventually doesn’t support it. He leaves the army to return home to Ada, who presumably needs help on the farm. He encounters the Home Guard multiple times on his journey but prevails until he reaches his goal.

Desertion during the Civil War, originally published inremains the only book-length treatment of its Lonn examines the causes and consequences of desertion from both the Northern and Southern armies. Drawing on official war records, she notes that one in seven enlisted Union soldiers and one in nine Confederate soldiers : $   A charge of desertion can actually result in the death penalty, which is the maximum punishment during "time of war." However, since the Civil War, only one American servicemember has ever been executed for desertion: Private Eddie Slovik in Author: Rod Powers.

Desertion during the Civil War, originally published inremains the only book-length treatment of its subject. Ella Lonn examines the causes and consequences of desertion from both the Northern and Southern armies. Drawing on official war records, she notes that one in seven enlisted Union soldiers and one in nine Confederate soldiers /5(4).Book is in Like New / near Mint Condition.

Will include dust jacket if it originally came with one. Text will be unmarked and pages crisp. Satisfaction is guaranteed with every order. DESERTION DURING CIVIL WAR By Ella Lonn - Hardcover **Mint Condition**.Military Execution.

Military Executions during the Civil War. Contributed by Thomas W. Cutrer. More soldiers were executed during the American Civil War (–) than in all other American wars combined. Approximately men, representing both North and South, were shot or hanged during the four-year conflict, two-thirds of them for desertion.