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The Killer Angels

Michael Shaara


Full-Book Quiz

Full-Book Quiz

Full-Book Quiz

Full-Book Quiz

1. From where is Joshua L. Chamberlain?

2. Who tells Longstreet that the Union army is very close by?

3. What part of General Lee causes him pain?

4. Who leads the Union cavalry?

5. Which of the following is not a battle site?

6. Which general leads the Union forces at Gettysburg?

7. Which Union officer is killed just as the battle begins?

8. Which Confederate general fails in his assignment of monitoring the movements of the Union army?

9. How long did the Battle of Gettysburg last?

10. Which famous general of the Confederate army dies a few weeks before the Battle of Gettysburg?

11. What physical ailment bothers General Lee during the battle?

12. Which Confederate general did not survive the Battle of Gettysburg?

13. Which soldier has a brother under his own command?

14. What is the capital of the Confederacy?

15. What is the real name of the Confederate army?

16. Which ally of Chamberlain is shot during the Battle of Little Round Top?

17. What job did Joshua L. Chamberlain hold before the war?

18. What type of military strategy does James Longstreet endorse?

19. Union general Winfield Hancock is friends with which Confederate general?

20. What is the name of Chamberlain’s regiment?

21. In what state is Gettysburg?

22. What high ground does Chamberlain’s regiment have to protect?

23. What is cavalry?

24. What is the name of the Englishman observing the Confederate army?

25. Pickett’s Charge was not actually planned by Pickett. Whose idea was the charge?

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by lcstrasser, October 08, 2013

Possible on doing something is better than nothing. Because the Calvary scout did not do his job the rest of the confederate side was blind to the upcoming battle. Also the general whom was ordered to attack the union on top of the hill failed to do so which also contributed to the failure of the confederates in this battle.

other Note: chamberlain is very tactically well rounded and was smart enough to win the battle defensively, general lee's over aggressiveness ended up being his downfall.


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who didn't do his job?

by martha1spur, May 27, 2014

The cavalry scout, Harrison, did his job. It was General J.E.B. Stuart who didn't track the Yankees.


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