Prone to dressing in civilian clothes when not on duty, Civil War General Israel Richardson decides to teach a lesson to an arrogant young lieutenant tasked with delivering him a message. Starring Christian Stolte (Chicago Fire, Public Enemies) and Patrick Webb, this light-hearted look at life between battles for Civil War soldiers is pulled directly from a veteran's account of the war.
The story is drawn from a diary left by Daniel Crotty, a Civil War veteran. Set in the spring of 1862, the characters are real men even if some of their true names are no longer known.
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General Richardson is quite the historic character! The book of his life can be found here - https://amzn.to/479WI3v
Richardson started with the 2nd Michigan Infantry. There are two great accounts of that regiment. One is by an enlisted man, Harmon Camburn - https://amzn.to/479W85P
The other is by an officer, Charles Haydon - https://amzn.to/3R09o7w