This is the complete 4 Volumes of Andersonville: A Story Of Rebel Military Prisons. The story is based upon John McElroy’s lengthy confinement in the Confederate Andersonville prison camp during the American Civil War.
In 1914, at the age of 51, the novelist and poet May Sinclair volunteered to leave the comforts of England to go to the Western Front, joining the Munro Ambulance Corps ministering to wounded Belgian soldiers in Flanders. Her first piece of writing on returning to England was A Journal of Impressions in Belgium, a fictionalised record of her experiences and perhaps one of the first wartime women’s diaries published in Britain in 1915.
African Camp Fires is a first hand account of a foot safari in Africa. The book describes various hunts and kills. White tells of the day-to-day experiences and difficulties of life in the African bush.
Written by an abolitionist, this book is very interesting in the sense of the account it gives us, no matter how appalling we think those times were. The author tells us of things like the proceedings during the voyages, how the slaves were procured in the first place, their subsequent treatment, and how they were sold.