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In the Battle of Gettysburg, how did Lee hope to protect Pickett's charge?
General Lee hoped to protect the South against Pickett's Charge by concentrating his forces in Richmond, VA. This showed his limited scope of perspective because the South needed to protect their capitol which led to their downfall.
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User: In the Battle of Gettysburg, how did Lee hope to protect Pickett's charge?

Weegy: General Lee hoped to protect the South against Pickett's Charge by concentrating his forces in Richmond, VA. This showed his limited scope of perspective because the South needed to protect their capitol which led to their downfall.
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User: As Lee prepared to invade the North a second time, what are three things he realized?





Weegy: Morale in the North was at an all-time low. Davis was getting impatient with his losses. A big win on Union soil would end the war.
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