For Cause and Comrades: Why Men Fought in the Civil War Quiz

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Questions 1-5 of 25:

1.

During the discussion of leadership, which of the following Generals had a very different reputation at Gettysburg than he had earlier at Malvern Hill? (from Chapter 4, If I Flinched, I Was Ruined)

2.

According to "Chapter 4: If I Flinched I Was Ruined," the ultimate test of leadership was what? (from Chapter 4, If I Flinched, I Was Ruined)

3.

When talking about how some soldiers' wives felt they had greater responsibility to their families than the founding fathers, a lieutenant from which regiment received letters from his wife complaining about raising three children without him? (from Chapter 8, The Cause of Liberty)

4.

During the discussion of primary group cohesion, a soldier in the 122nd New York wrote to his sister in response to how he kept going through all BUT WHICH of these battles? (from Chapter 6, A Band of Brothers)

5.

In 1864, an officer in which regiment wrote of a successful attack on Confederate lines, defending the Weldon Railroad near Petersburg? (from Chapter 6, A Band of Brothers)

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