Midpoint of the War: May to July 1863

Gettysburg: The First Day

Was Lee “right” to this point?

Yes. A commander who is perennially outnumbered, and who has to take long chances, becomes accustomed to doing so. Lee was technically correct, and the events of the next two hours appeared to verify his trust in his men.


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