The Battle Hymn of the Republic is most often considered to be the unofficial battle hymn of the Civil War. It was written by Julia Ward Howe as a marching song for the Union army. Over the years it came to be sung by blacks in the south as well due to its strong reference to slavery. For more information you might want to check out the link shown below.
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The Battle Hymn of the Republic for the Norh. Dixie for the South.
this is a battle song: The Battle Hymn of the Republic for the Norh. Dixie for the South.
She wrote. Battle hymn of the republic.
The Union soldiers of the Civil War sang the Battle Hymn of the Republic to help uplift and motivate them. Today, many U.S. soldiers sing the Battle Hymn and the national anthem in moders war. Many people also sing it in honor of the Union Soldiers.
The Battle Hymn of the Republic; a Northern, Union song.
The Battle Hymn of the Republic was written about the American Civil War. Julia Ward Howe wrote the words set to the tune of an already popular war song called John Brown's Body.
There are several, but perhaps the most famous is the "Battle Hymn of the Republic".
The music came from the tune "John Brown's Body." Julia Ward Howe wrote the lyrics in 1861. It was a popular song in the Civil War.
The South's patriotic song was, "DIXIE." The North's patriotic song was, "THE BATTLE HYMN OF THE REPUBLIC."
The North sang the Battle Hymn of the Republic, a hymn written shortly before the start of the war by Julia Ward Howe, who modified the lyrics after it became popular as the Union marching song.
The Civil War WAS the war, not an individual battle.
the first battle of the civil war was the Battle of Fort Sumter.
The Battle of Chickamauga was the second bloodiest Battle of the Civil War.
The battle that was the most decisive of the Civil War was the battle of Antietam.
Yes, it was the last battle of the Civil War
Was WHAT a major battle of the Civil War?
the 3rd battle of the civil war was the battle of Shiloh April 6-7,1862
It was the 1st battle of the Civil War
Antitam was the first major battle in the Civil War.
It dealt with Black troops in the Civil War. Title indirectly derives from the Battle Hymn of the Republic- which also furnished the title of Grapes of Wrath!
The battle the English Civil War is most remembered for is the Battle of Edgehill.
I'm not sure how to answer your question, but two melodies come to mind for the Civil War "Battle Hymn of The Republic" (North) and "Dixie" (South)... Hope that helps somewhat... As for The Revolutionary War, I'm not sure.
The battle of Gettysburg was the turning point of the civil war.