O Van Lew prepared the Union soldiers to return to their
O Van Lew's home was a safe house for escaped
O Van Lew obtained information from escaped Union
O Van Lew's mother and servants were part of her
The excerpt :
Read this paragraph from The Dark Game.
Realizing that they could do more if they banded together, groups of the Richmond Unionists began to organize. As Van Lew built stronger relationships with wounded soldiers, the Unionists made plans to hide Union soldiers who escaped from Libby Prison. In fact, the Van Lew mansion became a primary safe house, a place where escaped prisoners would be hidden and cared for. Elizabeth, her mother, and their servants did all they could to prepare the escaped soldiers for the treacherous journey behind enemy lines as they attempted to rejoin their fellow soldiers. The Unionists well understood that every escapee was a potential source of valuable military intelligence, and they made certain that each soldier was debriefed before starting back to the Union lines.
B. Van Lew's home was a safe house for escaped Union soldiers.
The main information which the passage is based on gives insight on how Unionists connived with Van Lew to hide Union soldiers who escaped from Libby Prison in his mansion. Van Lew's mansion was used to provide shelter as it served as a safe house for the wounded union soldiers. These information about how these soldiers were housed is what was discussed in the passage including how Van Lew's mother and servant helped take care of the escaped soldiers.