The Red Badge of Courage

Are henry's ideas about war and himself justified based on what he has experience and done? why or why not

Chapter 6

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Are you referring to chapter 6? As Henry becomes more and more aware, he is relieved. The trial has been passed and the difficulties of war have been vanquished. He feels good about himself. He and the other men exchange pleasantries about the weather and shake hands. Unfortunately these "good feelings" are premature as a fresh attack takes place.