There were 9 total soldiers. 5 in the north, why they won, and 4 in the south. This was after hours of research. Actually this would probably be the ratio of North to South if you actually look it up then you will find that there were millions of soldiers fighting in the Civil War
Soldiers fighting for the Union (sometimes called the North), who wanted to abolish slavery, wore the color blue. Soldiers for the Confederacy (sometimes called the South), who preferred to keep slavery, wore the color gray.
In the US Civil War, Confederate soldiers from the South fought against Union soldiers from the North. Both sides had to resort to conscription to keep their armies at full strength. The South passed draft laws first then the North had to do the same.
Soldiers in the Civil war got their supplies from Supply trains and wagons. Items were shipped from up North to feed the war for the Union and items were shipped from Down South to feed the Southern Front lines.
During the course of the US Civil War, many soldiers from both sides spent time in prisoner of war camps. It is estimated that 310,000 Confederate soldiers and 300,000 Union soldiers were prisoners of war. Some escaped and many Union soldiers were released by Union armies invading the South.