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Where did most soldiers live during the Civil War?

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the soldiers lived in camps.

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The most US soldiers died during the American Civil War. That is because Americans were fighting on both sides.

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Most experts agree somewhere between 620,000 to 700,000 deaths from the civil war.

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Walking, on horses, on boats, on trains and in a few cases, observation ballons. Most soldiers marched on foot from one battlefield to another.

Most soldiers during the Civil War were 5'8 and 5'9. This did represent a loss in height from previous decades for the US in the 1800's.

Most soldiers went back home to their families and farms. Some went west. A smaller number remained in the Army to occupy the South during Reconstruction.

Illness killed more soldiers than battle.

Most union soldiers were wealthy and well organized.

It was horrible. Poor supply of food. People spread diseases. Most soldiers had many body disorders.

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Most things soldiers would eat during the Civil War was hard tak and salted pork. Bread was also in their sad diet. Sometimes local villages would offer them crops or food.

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