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General P.G.T. Beauregard
The commanding Union officer was U.S. Grant.
Robert Anderson was the commanding officer for the Union during the Battle of Fort Sumter, and P. G. T. Beauregard was the Confederate commander. The battle resulted in a victory for the Confederacy.
Unlike the Federal Union, the Confederacy had no General in Chief commanding all of its armies until February, 1865 when Robert E. Lee was appointed to that position.
Robert E. Lee was the commanding general for the Confederacy and Ulysses S. Grant was the commanding general for the Union.
The commanding Union officer was Irwin McDowell, while the commanding Confederate officers were Joseph Johnston and Pierre G. T. Beauregard.
No. He was the commanding General of Confederate forces.
The Commanding General of the Union Army was Ulysses S. Grant
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The commanding officer for the Federal Army was George B. McClellan, and the Confederate Army was commanded by Robert E. Lee.
The commanding officer of the Battle of Concord was Colonel Robinson. A large quantity of ammunition was stored at Concord which caused the battle to begin.
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Ulysess S. GRANT WAS THE COMMANDING OFFICER FOR THE UNION
The rank will depend on the size of the ship. The commanding officer of my first ship was a full Lieutenant. On my last ship it was a full Captain.