Was the Mexican war before the Civil war?
Yes. The Mexican War ended about thirteen years before the Civil War began.
War between the States. The Mexican War preceded the Civil War and in many ways helped to instigate it.
It was during the US Civil War.
West Point graduate. Colonel in the Mexican War. Senator for Mississippi.
The Mexican war bombed fort Sumter, which led to the begging of the Civil War!
The Mexican War preceded the Civil War. Many of the Officers and Troops on both the Union and Confederate sides received their combat experience during the Mexican War.
The Mexican, or its other name, the Mexican-US War, was in 1846. There is no direct connection to the US Civil War, other then that many of the generals of the Civil War, fought together and came to know each other.
The Mexican War (1846-48). Many men who were Civil War generals were junior officers in the Mexican War.
The Mexican War, which lasted for only two years, took place from 1846-1848, 13 years before the Civil War. The first shots of the war were fired at Fort Sumter, in the harbor at Charleston, South Carolina.
When General US Grant was serving as a junior officer in the Mexican War, his experiences there caused a problem for him in the US Civil War. In the Mexican War, frontal assaults were successful. When the US Civil War was underway, Grant recalled how effective frontal assaults were in the Mexican War. In the US Civil War, military changes caused Grant to use the tactics he learned during the Mexican War. The advent of… Read More
The Civil War
The assumption that the nation was "at peace" prior to the civil war presumes the absence of combat. Such was not the case. If you recall the Mexican war had preceded the civil war by just a relatively few years, and roughly 40 odd years prior to that, the nation ( such as it was) fought the War of 1812.
Before the US Civil War, the US was involved in the Mexican War the Red stick War the War of 1812 various other wars with Native Americans the Revolutionary War Before The US was independent of Great Britain, the people and territory that became the US was involved in: The French and Indian War (Seven Years War) several wars with Native Americans
He served in the Mexican American War. Worked as a Clerk. Tanned leather. He served in the US Civil War.
Yes, it ended the Mexican-American war and eventually led to the civil war.
American Civil War , the Mexican Revolution, and the Spanish Civil War :)
There were many Civil War Generals who served in the Mexican American War. Among them were Robert E. Lee, US Grant, William T. Sherman, Winfield Scott
There are many things that have happened in the world before the Civil War. The dinosaurs roamed for example before the Civil War.
No, there were no mexican slaves during the war. There is no history book in the world that states that a mexican was enslaved and forced to work for an american.
Grant and Lee both had a good record from the Mexican War.
Both the Mexican War and Bloody Kansas have been referred to as the Dress Rehearsal for the Civil War.
The American Civil War began on April 12, 1861 and ended on April 9, 1865. The Mexican-American War began on April 25, 1846 and ended February 2, 1848.
The Mexican-American War renewed the slave question: whenever new territories were acquired, were they supposed to be pro-slave or anti-slave? This degenerated into a political argument and ultimately, armed conflict which erupted into the Civil War.
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He was a General in the Mexican war and the civil war. He was also heralded as the early civil wars best general.
From 1846 to 1848.
General Lee and General Grant
Mexican-American War Civil War
The Mexican War, and the American Civil War.
People died and were shot.
Both Lee and Grant, but there were numerous Mexican American War Vetrans involved in the US Civil War..
They were War of 1812,Mexican-American war,Civil war, and Spanish-American war
The Mexican War, then the American Civil War.
The War of Texan Independence.
American Civil War: 1861-1865 Mexican Civil War: 1858-1861 Irish Civil War: 1922-1923 Russian Civil War: 1917-1921 Chinese Civil War: 1928-1937, 1945-1949 Austrian Civil War: February 12 - February 16, 1934 Spanish Civil War: 1936-1939
The civil war was after the revolutionary war.
The question is not correct. Approximately 29,000 soldiers died on both sides of the Mexican-American War. Approximately 640,000 soldiers died on both sides of the Civil War. The Civil War produced far more deaths because the fighting was entrenched with extremely large forces and very effective weapons. The Mexican War was fast moving and the Mexican forces often collapsed and surrendered or deserted rather than engage in a fight to complete destruction.
it was all Polks fault that the Mexican war started cause he purposely stationed American soldiers acroos Rio Grande so that the Mexican calvary unit can ambush the Americans
Winfield Scott was both a US General Officer in the Mexican American and Civil Wars. Sterling Price became a Brigadier General after the Taos Revolt during the Mexican American War and was a Major General of the Confederate States Army during the US Civil War. There was also John Ellis Wool who, when the Civil War began had been a Brigadier General for twenty years and had been in uniform for 49 years. He was… Read More
He practiced civil disobedience by not paying taxes to protest the war.
The Mexican American War and the US Civil War.
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There were many battles of the Civil War that were undecided with no true victor. An example of an undecided Civil War battle were the battles that occurred in the New Mexican territories and Indian territories.
The Revolutionary War, and the Trojan War occurred before the Civil War.
Wars in America in 1862: The American Civil War The Dakota War Venezuelan Federal War Columbian Civil War Yucatan Caste War Franco-Mexican War
Eleven years, from 1910 to 1921.
The Mexicans did and gained their Independence from Spain.
The Mexican War.