Animal Farm

What makes the battle against frederick’s men different from the battle of the cowshed?

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The Battle of the Cowshed was impeccably planned. Snowball was a student of Julius Caesar, which enabled him to outsmart and outmaneuver the humans. When the Battle of the Windmill commenced, Napoleon had expected an attack but wasn't at all prepared. Rather than fighting and strategizing, the animals ran away in terror. They later united and stood their ground but, unlike the Battle of the Cowshed, the animals suffered many casualties and the Windmill was ultimately destroyed.


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