US Civil War

Military advantages of the north and south during civil war?

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The easiest anwser is that the North had technology, shear number of troops, and industry on their side. The South had much better generals, a more willingness to fight, and that the war was fought in their back yard

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During the US Civil War, the South did not have any industrial advantages over the North. The fact is that the North had an immense amount of industrial advantages.


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The advantages of the South was they used strategies that the North didn't use and they knew the weaknesses of the North.


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The advantages in resources of the North during the US Civil War are the following: 1. The North had an industrial economy and also farmlands that supplied the Union forces with food; and 2. The North had a large advantage in population which helped to provide a large army.


In the North - men of military age who could pay a substitute to take their place.



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The North had many advantages in the Civil War. They had more soldiers and more weapons. They were equipped to win the war with ease.


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The North had the factories capable of making supplies and equipment for war.


The North had the most factories, farmland, and railroad tracks. There were also more people in the North and the they had a navy.


During the Civil War, the north needed to keep the Union together, to free the slaves, and to restructure the south. The North also wanted the Union to keep an united front on international affairs.



The North experienced an economic boom during the Civil War because there was great need for military equipment. Many of the firearms for the war were made in the North.


There were 20 million in the north during the civil war


The education during the civil war in the north was education.


More factories meant more weapons and ammunition and military supplies.


Both the north and the south relied on the military conscription (drafting men).



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