At the Battle of New Market, Union general Franz Sigel organizes a hasty and uncoordinated counterattack.

At the Battle of New Market, Union general Franz Sigel organizes a hasty and uncoordinated counterattack against Confederate forces under John C. Breckinridge. It fails, and another Confederate attack, which this time includes cadets from the Virginia Military Institute, turns the tide of battle.

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