Captain Nathaniel Starbuck, has survived the early battles of the Civil War, but his northern breeding still makes him an object of suspicion to many of his southern comrades, and his enmity with his regiment's founder, Washington Falconer, makes his position even harder.
When Falconer attempts to discipline his opponents, he sets in train events that will culminate in a savage battle- and Starbuck, his friends and his enemies will find themselves once more staring death in the face.
A superb story of courage, friendship and betrayal, Battle Flag is the third volume in Bernard Cornell's Starbuck Chronicles.
Original title: Battle Flag
Genre: Fiction→ Historical→ North America→ American Civil War