What was a Yankee soldier?
A Yankee soldier was a union soldier during the American civil war and later a general name given to any American soldier.
Yes, a Yankee soldier and a union soldier fought on the same side in the American Civil War (1861-65). The term "Yankee" was used by southerners to denote someone from the north, or the union. In this case, "Union" and "Yankee" mean the same thing. Nobody knows why the South ever came up with that term, though.
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