Why did Garibaldi consider the battle of Calatafimi the most glorious battle he knew?

Garibaldi’s army consisted of a thousand volunteers. All of them were not military people. Students, doctors, craftsmen went under the banner of the revolutionary general. The backbone of the thousand were Garibaldi’s comrades-in-arms in the past wars. A small detachment of Garibaldians was replenished by the insurgent Sicilian population. The entire army was poorly armed and had no combat experience. The Redshirts, the rebellious peasants defeated the Neapolitans at Calatafimi. This victory was important for Garibaldi and until the end of his life he proudly recalled those days.

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