I watched a movie today , based on the autobiography of a British officer who served in S.E. Asia during World War II. He was captured by the Japanese. I thought it was a good movie and was surprised I had never heard of it. Only costs $9.00 on Amazon so I ordered a copy for myself.
Postscript: The last order I will ever place with Amazon. I have learned since I made it that they are joining the rush to discredit Southern culture.
Here's a synopsis of what I know about my great, great grandfather. I have omitted some things and redacted others but it is primarily intact.
One of the men in this book served in the 54th Georgia throughout the war. So I have a good record of what the regiment did, right down to weather conditions and general camp routine. It's strange to read it and think that my great grandfather was right there, where the story in the book takes place.
Another book with some history of the regiment is South Georgia Rebels. Out of print now I think but Amazon has copies.