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Why was the widespread use of the camera significant during and after the Civil War?A) The camera assisted spies in capturing critical information.B) Photos allowed Northern leaders to examine
Southern targets and plan strategy.C) The widespread use of the camera did not take place until after the war was over.D) It preserved the events of the war and brought the reality of war to civilians.
D. It preserved the events of the war and brought the reality of war to civilians.
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