Keep On Marching!
By: Shelby Hubbard
The war I am comparing it to is World War II. During WWII chemical warfare was used and anyone close to the chemicals were killed or merely survived with a gas mask.
I strongly feel that Sherman's March to Sea wasn't too harsh because you gotta do what you gotta do. During his march he killed a lot of people that came into his way, destroyed towns and houses after he got all the clothing and food from the farmers livestock. They dismantled establishments and got rid of guns and ammo when they found it. Sherman did a good job of conquering Savannah and Atlanta. Even though it was the "bloodiest" battle he did what he had to do in the end.