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Who was fighting the south in the civil war?


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2012-05-24 22:43:35
2012-05-24 22:43:35

On the south the Confederate soldier, on the north, the Union soldier. Thus the Confederacy vs the Union.


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The South was fighting on there home land, and they were on the defense. The South thought that the Union would eventually get tired of fighting the war.

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The South had this advantage. Most of the fighting of the Civil War happened in the South, so southern soldiers had the advantage of fighting on familiar territory.

The Confederates were fighting in the Civil war to be free from the Union and be their own country. the most important reason they were fighting in the Civil War is because the North and South had many Dissagreements over the years.

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