Our Man in Charleston: Britain’s Secret Agent in the Civil War South by Christopher Dickey

It was not the best of times, and the worst was yet to come. In the tense years leading up to the American Civil War and in the tumultuous times to follow, one man stood between the Confederacy and its official recognition by the wider world. That man was Robert Bunch, Her Majesty’s consul in Charleston, South Carolina.

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