Military JUSTICE

December 2002
Civil War Times;Dec2002, Vol. 41 Issue 6, p46
Presents pictures of punishments given to soldiers for various military offenses in the U.S. Civil war. Picture of a soldier depicting his treatment on being found guilty of cowardice; Picture of death sentence by hanging to a soldier; Death sentence to a confederate spy carried out by a firing squad.


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