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What is the proper noun for Civil War?


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The term 'civil war' is a common, compound noun; a word for any civil war fought between different groups of people within the same country or state.

A proper noun is the name of a specific civil war; for example:

  • The Second Sudanese Civil War 1983-2005
  • Spanish Civil War 1936-1939
  • Russian Civil War 1917-1921
  • American Civil War 1861-1865
  • War of the Roses (England) 1455-1485
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