An entry in Judith White Brockenbrough's diary from the days after the end of the war records an incident in which an officer one morning sent for Mrs. N. [to return an item stolen by Union soldiers]. . . . She thanked him for his kindness. He seemed moved and said, Mrs. N., I will do what I can for you, for I cannot be too thankful that my wife is not in an invaded country. What did this incident tell Judith Brockenbrough about the state of the union at the time?A. Union soldiers felt superior to the defeated southerners, whom they ridiculed.B. With the war over, a lot more connected than divided the victors and the defeated.C. With the war had gone all civility and compassion.D. Union soldiers had particular disdain for southern women.