posted by Joanne on .
Here goes..now I'm really upset with all this....New question..I need something to guide me...How did the changing command situation of the Army of the Potomac influence Gettysburg ? Also, did the elevation
of George Gordon Meade make the Union victory more or less likely ? I don't think this is any better than the other?
Changing the command to General Meade, instead of Gen. Hooker, put a responsive and drill instructor commander of the Army of the Potomac. Basically changing command put a better general in Meade leading the union army. Meade's force controlled the high ground which made the victory more likely
Thanks Lance, for the guidance to complete my work on this.
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