battle of vicksburg and gettysburg
It was very important to the Union army, because the battle cut off Arkansas, Texas and Louisiana from the Confederate army.
no because if the union army knew about the underground railroad back the it wouldn't be a very succesful operation.
They did not have very good leadership.
A union is important for as one single worker you have very little power, but as a union you can overpower any boss or employer with enough group force, and planning.
One of the strengths was a very extensive railroad system so the Union could easily transport soldiers and supplies.
Only a very small percentage of the population of the Union states was African American. However, by the end of the Civil War around 10% of the Union Army was black. Many escaped slaves and those emancipated by Union troops volunteered for the Army.
At Little Round Top, the Union Army under Colonel Lawrence Chamberlain from Maine, prevented the Confederate Army from out flanking and attacking the Union Army, on it's right side, and gaining the high ground at Gettysburg, PA. It was a very important battle, and the last ditch bayonet charge, led by Col. Chamberlain (when the Union soldiers had almost no ammunition left), defeated the Rebels, and cost the Confederates many men, and helped the Union Army to win the Battle of Gettysburg. Col. Chamberlain later received the Medal of Honor for winning the Battle of Little Round Top, and eventually became a General.
The Standard bearer was very important in the roman army because the soldiers were very trust worthy and very experienced as they had their own emblem.
yes it did, it also had a very strong ally, the soviet union
General John Pope was selected by Lincoln because he attained command of a new Union Army because of his political connections rather than his military expertise. Pope entered the battle with no plan, but he retreated the Union Army in good order after being bounced by the Confederate Army. In contrast, General McDowell attained command of the Union Army a year earlier because of his military expertise. McDowell entered the First Battle of Bull Run with a very good plan, but he allowed the Union Army fall into a rout after being bounced by the Confederate Army.
Yes, and there was a special unit of African American soldiers in the Union army. They had white officers and did fight in battles. A good movie on this is "Glory" with Denzal Washington. Very powerful.
The Auto Union is very important to auto workers because the union helps employees fight for their rights, get the pay they deserve, and help ensure a safe work environment.
The battle of Gettysburg and The Battle of Vicksburg are two very important victories for the North. They were won by Meade and Grant, respectively.
In very general terms it was the Confederate Army of Mississippi against the Union Army of the Tennessee. On the second day of the Battle the Union Army of the Ohio had arrived and joined the fight. An "Order of Battle" is a list of all units within a particular command at a certain date, or in a battle. See the "related links" below for complete Union and Confederate Orders of Battle.
global destruction could result
The south had Robert E. Lee and Thomas Jackson, two very good leaders.
He had a very important role as an army general, because he turned Parliament's soldiers into a well fighting force.
Article 2 of the confederation is very important because it made the union of the thirteen colonies legal.
global destruction could result.
the outcome of the Gettysburg battle was that the union won and it was a very important battle.
Immediately after abolition the former slaves joined the union army, fleeing form the south. So 1863? I am not an american so I am fuzzy on your history, the very short US history :)
Lightening victories are those that occur very quickly and with a minimum of resistance. The Germans first used it in World War 2. They called it the 'Blitzkreig.'
Yes. Coffee was very important to Union soldiers. At times Union and Confederate soldiers would meet to trade coffee for tobacco.
Nobody really won but union claims they defeated General Robert E. Lee's Confederate army, which also ended his attacks, and invasions of the North. The Unions greatly appreciated leader was named George G. Meade, had a very strong army and had more strength than the Confederate army, which is why Confederacy got "defeated." Although Union had more strength than Confederacy a lot more soldiers were wounded, but Union did end up capturing more of Confederacy's' army though.
The Confederate army was probably very happy the first day; they had a very successful start. The next day they lost, so the Union was probably happy.