US Civil War
History of the United States
What are sites of 2 battles that were both won by the North?
Asked in History, Politics & Society, US Civil War
Did the North won the Battle of Manassas Junction?
Is it true that The North was victorious in the Battle of Bull Run?
Who won the battles of Antienem Shilo and Bull Run?
Asked in World War 2, Britain in WW2, Germany in WW2
Was Britain defeated in North Africa at El Alamein?
Asked in First Battle of Bull Run
Did The confederacy won the first Battle of Bull Run but the union won the battle of Manassas?
Well... The Battles of Mannassas and Bull Run are actually the same battles. The reason for the different names is that the winner usually named the battle. The South named their battles by the Towns near the site of the battle. The North named theirs by means of rivers or other naturally occurring landmarks. There were two battles at this location. One was won by the South and the other by the North. Correction: both were won by the Confederates.
You dint Win the bettle but you won the war how is this possible?
Just losing one battle is somewhat insignificant to the entire war. Wars consist of multiple battles, so the more battles you win increase your likelihood of winning the war. For example, in The Civil War, the South won at least seven battles, but the North won the war. The North also won more battles.
Who won the Battle of Bull Run or battle of manassas?
Asked in US Civil War, Battle of Gettysburg
Who won the most battles in the civil war before the battle of Gettysburg?
Who won the battle of Bullrun?
Asked in History, Politics & Society, War of 1812
Why was there no clear winner in the War of 1812?
Because there were many battles during the war, going by the saying: "We've won the battle, but not the war," both British North America (BNA) (Canada) and the Americans won battles, but since there was no major battle with a definite winner, and only many small battles which they had their share of winning, there was no clear winner.