The civil war was after the revolutionary war.
There are both very important to America. But The Revolutionary I think is a little more important because it started America, but the civil war almost ended America and did for a few years but the Revolutionary War is more important
The civil war came after the revolutionary war because, the civil war was about reuniting states. The revolutionary war was fought to become the USA.
no, the revolutionary war was before the civil war. the revolutionary war was when the colonists broke away from British rule. the civil war was when the north and south fought because of slavery. the revolutionary war was in 1775 and the civil war started in 1861
A comparison of the Revolutionary war and the civil war. How the Revolutionary was different from the civil war A comparison of two wars The Differences between the Revolution and the Civil War
he was in the revolutionary war
The Revolutionary war lasted almost twice as long as the Civil war.
In Civil War
It wasn't, the US Civil War was more similiar.
The Revolutionary War was first. The Revolutionary War started April 19, 1775. The Civil War started April 12, 1861
The American Revolutionary War began in 1775. The US Civil War began in 1861. Therefore the Revolutionary War was before the Civil War.
he was in the civil war. the revolutionary war was long before his time. generals were grant,lee
In the Civil War, the women were nurses. In the Revolutionary War, they didn't do anything.
no. the revolutionary war took place in 1770's and the civil war took place in the 1860's.
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The Revolutionary War (1775-1783). The Battle of the Alamo was in 1836. The Civil War was 1861-1865.
Revolutionary war is usually the people standing up to a government they don't like any more , and civil war is the fight between two different groups or religions in the same country
The revolutionary war was fighting for freedom against the British, but the civil war was brother against brother. It was an internal war between states.
In one word: Steam. In the Civil War they had it. In the Revolutionary War they did not. Factories in the Civil War could produce much larger amounts of war materiel than was handcrafted in the Revolutionary War, although the quality was cheaper. The locomotive train and the telegraph improved transportation and communication. Stronger metals meant higher pressure for cannons with more range and power, and rifling and breachloading artillery were in use during the Civil War. In the Revolutionary War they used flintlock muskets, and in the Civil War they used percussion rifles. * Many of the Civil War innovations were based on science which was known during the Revolutionary War, but almost a century went by before the technology caught up to the science. By the Civil War, military technology had become lighter, faster, cheaper, and more efficient.....just like civilian technology.