The Red Pond At Shiloh: A short story

Written by John J Gschwend Jr
Category: · History

The two day battle at Shiloh was the most costly fight of the Civil War up to that point. The fighting was brutal. Casualties on the Confederate side alone were well over 10,000. As darkness fell over the battlefield, rain soaked the wounded and dead on the bloody killing ground. The wounded were there alone, miserable, and scared. Frank Barlow was one of them. This is his story.

Enter this tale and feel the terror and misery as he comes to terms with his horrible situation. You will be there with him; smell the gunpowder and hear the moans.

About 2250 words

Also read Gschwend’s novels: “Chase The Wild Pigeons: A novel of the Civil War” and “Spirit of the Red Amber: A novel of an American Indian.”

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