Brig. Gen. Irvin McDowell was the Union commander at the first battle of Bull Run Major General John Pope was Union commander at the second battle of Bull Run.
Union (The North) forces called the Battle of Manassas the Battle of Bull Run .
The Confederacy won the First Battle of Bull Run.
A Union victory was expected at the first Battle of Bull Run. It was indeed a shock to have suffered a defeat.
Both Union and Confederate, the first battle of bull run was in the civil war between the Union and Confederates.
Battle of Bull Run was the name given the battle(s) by the Union side.
In the First Battle of Bull Run, The Union failed to bring about a quick end to the war by destroying the Confederate forces. In the Second Battle of Bull Run, the North tried to reach Richmond by an indirect approach.
Neither. The Union lost both.
The objective of the Union troops at the Battle of Bull Run was to reach the Confederate capital and put a stop to the rebellion. The First Battle of Bull Run took place on July 21, 1861 and was the first major battle of the Civil War.
First Bull Run - Irvin McDowell Second Bull Run - John Pope