View the following:https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=prMk_wc9lNYRead the following and use this to start your research:Battle of Chattanooga 2.docx Greetings, I hope you had a good break.On July 3, 1863, General lee has been defeated at the three-day battle of Gettysburg and the confederate army has retreated across the Potomac River. Just to keep things in perspective, there were almost as many American casualties at Gettysburg in the three days of fighting (around 51,000) as there was in the 16 years Americans fought in Vietnam (58,220). It is now time for us to focus on the war in the west. As you know, General Grant has taken Vicksburg on July 4, 1863, through a series of battles and the Union forces now have control of the Mississippi river. The confederacy is cut in half. The Confederate army of the Tennessee under General Brag is facing Union General Rosecrans who holds Chattanooga.It is your task to read up on the progress of the war by researching the battles of Chattanooga, Chickamauga, and the second battle of Chattanooga. Study this as this series of battles is an interesting story, full of bravery, honor, determination and miracles. Study the details and try to keep the progress of all armies in the field during September through November of 1863. Play these details over in your mind to view the progress and hardships of these armies. Be as detailed in your answers as you can.Why was general Brag unpopular with his subordinates?How did Brag succeed at Chickamauga?What happened to general Rosecrans after the battle of Chickamauga and the role that general Grant played in giving victory to the Union forces?What was the assignment of general Grant after his success at Chattanooga?Who were other key figures in this series of battles?Who was the “The Rock of Chickamauga” and how did he get that name?What was the “Battle above the clouds”?Who gave the order to take the rebel lines on Missionary Ridge?
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