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There can be no doubt about it: World War II. If you mean wars just in the United States the answer would be the Revolutionary War and The Civil war. Without the Revolutionary war we would still be owned and ruled by the United Kingdom.

The famous war in the United States are Revolutionary War, Civil War, and World War II.

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A famous war in us history?

just one? Civil War


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The Us Civil War was the bloodiest war recorded in US history.


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