Mark Twain:
The Private History of a Campaign that Failed

47 Minutes

This is the recounting of Mark Twain's brief career as a Confederate soldier at the beginning of the American Civil War. Mark Twain’s "private history" is told from the viewpoint of "someone who set out to do something in the war, but didn't.” What starts out as a kind of class reunion/camping trip for "The Marion Rangers" quickly becomes a series of frightful near misses with a determined and deadly foe, and ends in painful, premature death for some and a lifetime of guilty regrets for others. Mark Twain invites us to witness real war first hand, in a time when men still looked one another in the eye in the final moment of battle.

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