Dr. Dennis A. Rasbach has written a convincing book about the charge of Joshua Chamberlain and his brigade at Petersburg on the afternoon of June 18, 1864. Dr. Rasbach persuaded Virginia to relocate the marker for the charge about a mile from where Chamberlain thought it occurred to where the historical documents proved it occurred. Dr. Rasbach writes compellingly. His research is meticulous. The maps are excellent. The proofreading was spectacular--I did not catch a single error. The most poignant part of the book for me was the last appendix, describing the gruesome nature of the wound Chamberlain suffered. Though the wound would contribute to his death many years later and would have justified his resignation from the service, Chamberlain nonetheless returned to combat and made it to Appomattox. What an example this hero set! We can all look forward to hearing more from Dr. Rasbach.