THE BATTLE OF CHANCELLORSVILLE
The battle was the greatest confederate victory of the American Civil War and its strategical format was important because it led to victory in the battle. Before the battle of Chancellorsville, the army had undergone a shakeup and became weak. It was weak because the army had lost a previous battle of (Fredericksburg Bates S. P, 1882). General Ambrose was replaced by General Joseph where he spends most of the time training his soldier with a vision to win in the battle. The general commanded many soldiers in the war. Two enemies met in the war that was the Lee’s army and the general Joseph army.
On May 3rd 1863 the strategical plan of battle of Chancellorsville led to the Lee’s thus making the strategic plan very important winning because General Joseph fought the battle against the Lee’s army (Cullen J. P, 1990). Lee again outwitted him and in between May 5th and 6th Hooker who was now the appointed general of the army rain-soaked troops and entered Rappahannocks to fight a retreat to Washington D. C he lost it again to Lee. Now Lee was in a position of power and headed to North where he went and face off with union Troops.
The Battle of Chancellorsville led to the stop of an attempted flanking movement by major general Joseph Army against the General Robert Lee’s Army (Stackpole E. J, 1988). The battle negatively led to General Jackson being mercilessly wounded by his own army men who mistook him. The Battle also led to the dismiss of southern victory by general Thomas.
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