He gives a stirring speech and the men joined his

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cannot let them go and he can never ring himself to shoot them .he gives a stirring speech and the men joined his force all but six. Chamberlain is an educated soldier he left college to fight where he renowned himself as an outstanding soldier. He is thoughtful and quite an easy character to identify and to relate with but the writer brings out a big difference in his character as a academic and as a soldier. The writer defines him as one who has led a fascinating life. Despite his low rank “a colonel,” he is one of the interesting soldiers. John Buford, leader of the union cavalry, while riding in town and discovers confederate soldiers. He realizes that a war may break out in the city. He takes two groups of soldiers which approximated to 2000 men and positioned his men on the hills in the region because he
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thought it will be easier to fight from high grounds .the first day war ends with union forces by backing into the hills. On the second day, chamberlain begins to move north toward Gettysburg on the way his troops meet a escaped slave. Lee generals attacked two unions’ flanks to weaken them .but Longstreet reluctantly agrees to strike unions left flank. He moves his troop toward the hill top the southern side of Gettysburg.
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