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Attached on the right is a segment from a longer article posted on this site that recalled the history of boys who had enlisted in the Confederate cause. This short paragraph tells the story of a Rebel colonel, W.H. Martin of the 1st Arkansas Regiment, who called out to his opposite number in the Federal ranks during a lull in the fighting for Kenesaw Mountain and allowed for a truce so that the immobilized wounded of the Northern infantry would be rescued from a fire that was spreading in no-mans-land.

     


The Battle of Kenesaw and the Goodness of Colonel Martin (Confederate Veteran, 1922)

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