Yes, during the civil war the soldiers from the south were called Rebels.
They were called Rebels during the Civil War
Dixie. Rebels. Confederacy.
Rebels, Confederates, Dixie, or Dixieland
Southerners, secessionists, Confederates, rebels,
They were called the confederate army or rebels
The Confederates were often referred to as the rebels but, the South was called Dixie.
They were called Rebels.
Jefferson Davis was the commander of the south his assistant General Lee.
Confederates, Rebels, Rebs, Johnny Rebs, Secessionists,
Yes. They were fighting for the rebel states - the Confederacy.
North, South, Yankees, and Rebels.
They rebelled against the status quo.
The south called itself the rebels or the confederacy.
The nickname for the South during the U.S. civil was was: -The Rebels or -Johnny Rebel or -The confederacy The official South color was Grey. But they were low on supplies so the Southern soldiers really just wore anything that they had. The official name for the South during the U.S. Civil War was the C.S.A or Confederate States of America. : )
The soldiers who fought for the South, in the American Civil War were called, "rebels."
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Confederates, traitors, rebels, rebs, johnny rebs, grays
By seceding from the USA, they were in a state of rebellion.
They called them rebels, if you are referring to the time of the civil war.
The Union, North: Yanks, Yankees, Blue BelliesThe Confederacy, South: Rebels, Rebs, Johnny Rebs, Sesh, Secessionists, Gray Backs
was the key general of the south during the civil war
'Cause they lost. The victors crimes shall not be known.
Another name for the South during the Civil War was the confederacy
The North were referred to as the Union troops and the South was called the Confederates. Their nicknames were the North Yankees and the South Rebels.