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15 October, 11:24

Why did General Sherman undertake his "March to the Sea"?

A. to reach and take Atlanta to control Georgia's transportation routes

B. to reach Tennessee to begin moving Union forces further north

C. to inflict so much damage that Georgians would call for an end to the war

D. to gather food and forage for Sherman's starving soldiers and pack animals

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  1. 15 October, 12:49
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    It might be b. I am sorry if I'm wrong
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