Midpoint of the War: May to July 1863

Gettysburg: The Third Day

What was the Union plan for the third day?

The previous evening, General George Meade had brought all his leading subordinates together and put the question to them. Every single person asked replied that it was best to stay where they were and let Lee make the next move. Meade went with this decision.


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