The last army surrendered by the Confederacy was?
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The confederacy never surrendered, General Lee the general of the army of Northern Virgina surrendered his portion of the army at Appomattox.
Lee only surrendered his portion of the army, The army of Norther Virgina, the confederacy (president Jefferson Davis) never surrendered, the war ended because the union had far more men, which allowed them to occupy the confederacy, forcing the confederacy into submission.
In his capacity as General-in-Chief of the Confederacy, he surrendered to U.S. Grant as General-in-Chief of the Union. Some say that in his capacity as commander of the Army of Northern Virginia, he should have surrendered to the army that defeated him, the Army of the Potomac, under General George Meade.
The City of Vicksburg was surrendered by the Confederacy to the Union Army of the Tennessee, Ulysess S Grant commander.
The chief military commander of the Confederacy was General Robert E. Lee who headed the Army of Northern Virginia. He surrendered to the same position in the Union, General Ulysses S. Grant, who headed the Army of the Potomac on April 9, 1865 at the Appomattox Courthouse.
The confederacy army surrendered on April 18, 1865, thereby ending the civil war. Slavery was abolished in Southern states, and the confederacy accepted to be part of the Union. The confederacy would not pursue secession from the Union.
The Appomattox Courthouse in Virginia is where the Confederacy surrendered to the Union. It was Robert E. Lee who surrendered to Ulysses S. Grant.
Although Lee did not know it, he had an army of 200,000 coming to his aid when he surrendered. Had he known the Union probably would have lost bitterly and the Confederacy would have taken over the whole US.
The Confederacy did not win the battle of Gettysburg. The Union army was getting close to losing, but some how they defeated the Confederacy in The Battle of Gettysburg. It was not a decisive victory. No one surrendered and Lee escaped to the South with much of his force intact. Because the Army of Northern Virginia escaped, President Lincoln brought Grant in from the West. That was change in the power struggle.
Cornwallis surrendered to the continental army at Yorktown
Vicksburg surrendered to Grants army on July 4, 1863 giving the Union control of the Mississippi River and cutting the Confederacy in two.
Robert E. Lee surrendered the Army of Northern Virginia to U.S. Grant. As these two oficers both occupied the post of General-in-Chief of their respective armies, this was taken as the end of hostilities. It was actually a couple of weeks later that Joe Johnston's Army of Tennessee surrendered to Sherman, and there were small skirmishes West of the Mississippi for a few weeks beyond that. Appomattox was only an armistice. There was never a… Read More
Nope. The Confederacy did.
General Robert E. Lee, commander of Confederacy troops, surrendered to Grant at Appamattox Court House, Virginia.
Field Marshal Fredrich Paulus is the commander of the German 6th Army which is tasked to take the city of Stalingrad. Paulus surrendered to the Red Army on Jan. 31,1943, a day after Hitler promoted him Field Marshal. Rather than take his own life, Paulus surrendered. The last German soldiers at Stalingrad surrendered on Feb. 2.
At he battle of the Appomatox Courthouse hope this helps :P
Did the Confederacy have trained and battle ready armies when Lieutenant General Robert E. Lee surrendered to Lieutenant General US Grant at Appomattox in April of 1865?
His own army was barefoot and starving, and then a whole wagon-train of rations went astray. There was no option but to surrender to Grant. The Confederacy had only one other army fit for combat, but they would surrender to Sherman in North Carolina a fortnight later.
For the US in WWII, US Army General Wainwright surrendered his whole army in the Philippines in '42. For the British, they surrendered their whole army at Singapore.
Lee surrendered his Confederate Army of Northern Virginia to Grant's Union Army of the Potomac.
He was a British captin during the Revolutionary war. He surrendered his army at the Battle of Yorktown. This was the last big battle of the war.
The Union won the US Civil War because the Confederacy surrendered. Lee surrendered to Grant at Appomattox Courthouse, ending the war.
It was the big challenge. Was this tiny island-fort part of the US Army, or was it part of the newly-formed Confederacy? Would the Confederacy dare to attack the might of the Union? And if so, would Congress dare to make an aggressive response (equivalent to the war it couldn't declare because it didn't recognize the Confederacy)... by appealing for new volunteer troops? When the fort surrendered, Lincoln called for recruits to the Union Army… Read More
Some say it has never ended - there was no peace treaty because the Union never recognised the Confederacy as a sovereign nation with which to negotiate. The effective end was April 9th 1865, when Lee surrendered the Army of Northern Virginia to U.S. Grant at Appomattox. There could be no serious attempt to prolong the war after that. The only other sizeable Confederate army, under Joseph E. Johnston, surrendered to Sherman a fortnight later… Read More
There was no official surrender of the 'Confederate Army', as such. The only sizeable Confederate army still in the field was surrendered by Robert E. Lee at Appomattox on April 9th 1865, and this is taken as the effective end of the Civil War. The only other Confederate force of any significance (under Joe Johnston) surrendered later the same month, and other small units in the West continued to skirmish for a while longer. The… Read More
The Confederate Army surrendered at Appomattox, Virginia USA
It was his rail link with the rest of the Confederacy. When the Union troops captured Five Forks, Lee had to abandon his position at Petersburg. It was the end of the long siege, and Lee fled West, to be stopped at Appomattox, where he surrendered.
The Confederacy lost the War Between the States. General Lee surrendered at Appomattox.
Robert E. Lee
When you surrendered at appomattox court house in 1865 the confederacy was considered defeated Who are you?
Robert E. Lee
he surrendered at Appomattox Virginia, USA
The Confederate Army surrendered at Appomattox Court House.
Tennessee last of the states to join the confederacy
No, it was the place where Robert E. Lee surrendered his Army of Northern Virginia. The last land battle of the war was at Palmito Ranch, Texas on May 12th and 13th 1865.
The Battle of Berlin was the last battle the Nazis fought against the Red Army and they were defeated. The German leaders finally surrendered since Hitler was dead.
the battle of Yorktown
Lee's army surrendered the Army of Northern Virginia because it was surrounded and out of food. Joseph E. Johnson surrendered the Confederate Forces east of the Mississippi because he felt it was stupid to continue fighting. E. Kirby Smith never surrendered the forces west of the Mississippi. Instead he simply walked away from the war. His army also simply walked home. "Lee surrendered. We didn't."
Robert E Lee surrendered his Army of Northern Virginia to Ulysses S Grant at Appomattox on 9 April 1865. This event was not the actual end of the war but, since the Army of Northern Virginia was the last effective Confederate force, the surrender of smaller Confederate forces and garrisons was inevitable after Lee's surrender.
That is true, the Confederacy did eventually surrender, after a long and difficult fight.
Lee surrendered his sword and the Confederate Army of the Northern Virginia, thus signing the collapse of the Confederacy, though the fighting on the other fronts made the war go further for about four weeks.
your mom had a son in the army and in the confederacy and they both had butt sex and somehow made a kid and it became youu ....that was NASTY:/
There is no one date when all Confederate forces surrendered. General Robert E. Lee surrendered his Army on April 9, 1865 to General Grant. On April 26, 1865, General Joseph E. Johnson surrendered all armies in the states in his jurisdictions. That is generally considered the day the Confederates surrendered east of the Mississippi River. West of the Mississippi River had a lot less fighting. The Union Army planned to defeat the Confederate Army east… Read More
Its where General Lee of the Confederate States surrendered to General Grant of the Union. Even though Lee surrendered and the Confederacy was all but over, some Southern men fought on.
66 902 for the Union and 44,699 for the Confederacy.
The Union army was vastly larger than the forces of the Confederacy. In addition, the Union army was well supplied while as the war wore on, Confederate armies lacked the supplies needed to carry on the fight for independence. With little choices, the forces of the South began to surrender rapidly after Robert E. Lee surrendered to US Grant at Appomattox, Virginia.
The Union and the Confederacy. Union commander Major Robin Anderson eventually surrendered.
The Union(America) won against the Confederacy at Richmond, Virginia after the confederates surrendered.
Who was general of the Confederacy when the South surrendered to the North ending the Civil War in April 1865?
Robert E Lee
Robert E.Lee surrendered the Army of Northern Virginia, and Joseph E. Johnston surrendered his army which was called something like the Department of Georgia and the Carolinas.
Pemberton's Confederate Army surrendered unconditionally to Grant's Union Army on July 4,1863.
April 9th 1865 at Appomattox. He surrendered the Army of Northern Virginia to U.S.Grant. This was only an armistice, not a peace treaty, as Congress did not recognise the Confederacy as a sovereign nation. Other Confederate units did continue to resist, notably Joe Johnston's army in North Carolina (it surrendered, on rather controversial terms, a fortnight later) and there were small units West of the Mississippi that skirmished for a few weeks beyond that. But… Read More