Soldier's Heart: Two Sides Of Enemy Fire

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Soldier's Heart I chose to do the question explain the dangers faced by soldiers on both sides of enemy fire. First i will talk about the confederate army which was the south in the civil war. The south one of the main setbacks for them is that most of them had slaves who did most of their work for them so they could not just tell somebody to do something and it get done which put most of them in danger. One of the others was that most of them had good meals to eat every night so when they got there they had stale beans and other food that was horrible and many soldiers died because they couldn't eat. But the one of the most dangerous for the south was that the north made most of the weapons in the united states so some of the confederate

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