anonymous
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Which is an example of a Union strategy that took advantage of a Confederate weakness
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anonymous
  • anonymous
wait here, sorry wrong Q What were the consequences of General William Tecumseh Sherman's March to the Sea?

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anonymous
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Heavy Northern casualties Property destruction in the South Recapturing of Savannah by the South The loss of Maryland to the North
anonymous
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Sherman's march frightened and appalled Southerners. It hurt morale, for civilians had believed the Confederacy could protect the home front. Union general William T. Sherman devastated the Georgia countryside during his march to the sea. His men destroyed all sources of food and forage, often in retaliation for the activities of local Confederate guerrillas. Sherman's men had destroyed all sources of food and forage and had left behind a hungry and demoralized people. He also destroyed buildings in places where there was resistance. Sherman also burned or captured all the food stores that Georgians had saved for the winter months. As a result of the hardships on women and children, desertions increased in Robert E. Lee's army in Virginia. Sherman believed his campaign against civilians would shorten the war by breaking the Confederate will to fight, and he eventually received permission to carry this psychological warfare into South Carolina in early 1865. By marching through Georgia and South Carolina he became an archvillain in the South and a hero in the North.
anonymous
  • anonymous
That's really wordy, but basically: he starved them and burned a bunch of buildings.
anonymous
  • anonymous
So B?
anonymous
  • anonymous
oh I didn't even notice it was multiple choice omg. Yeah, B.
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hahah
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thanks!

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