Even in a botch training opt where we were cut off and ran out our supply of water for four hours in the middle of the Nevada desert. Made me hate so many like choices. For the armies cut off from that supplies it’s a fate worse than death, nothing will kill moral faster. So having it extra layer of fighting partisans with low or cut off supplies is going to cultivate some terrible perspectives. That’s why for example I try to look at America’s different relationships with the different tribes. Elise prior to the Civil War and especially after words are army was never a huge during this period so you have of these forts in an incredibly sparsely populated area but very low supplies and questional command ability of your commander, with enemy that comes off alien it to you stacked on with the mindset of the early 18 century. Top off the fact Your enlisted soldier prior to the Civil War you’re probably don’t come from a great background. And this institutionalize hatred probably explains the intensive technic cleansing tendencies by the late 1800s.
From the tribes perspective this is a foreign enemy on our land and they don’t stop coming.