Confederate attacks at Gettysburg are uncoordinated but nearly successful.

Union general George G. Meade arranges his forces along a fishhook-shaped line of hills south of Gettysburg. Robert E. Lee’s army attacks him first on his left—at Round Top, Little Round Top, and Cemetery Ridge—and then on his right—at Cemetery Hill and Culp’s Hill. Confederate attacks are uncoordinated and yet, still, nearly successful.

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