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14 May, 09:19

HURRY! During the siege of Petersburg, Union troops

A. were greatly outnumbered by Confederate troops.

B. proved that quick Union victories were possible.

C. greatly outnumbered Confederate troops.

D. abandoned General Grant's war strategy.

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  1. 14 May, 09:42
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    C. Greatly outnumbered Confederate troops.
  2. 14 May, 10:13
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    C. greatly outnumbered Confederate troops.

    Explanation:

    The Siege of Petersburg started when the Union attacked the Confederate earthworks east of the city. During the siege the Union troops outnumbered the Confederate Army. It was the longest siege in the American history, it lasted 9 and a half months. Petersburg was very important to the Confederacy because three railroads linked the city to the rest of the Confederacy.
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