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Union General Horatio Van Cleve and Confederate General Earl Van Dorn were military leaders during the Civil War. Vicksburg, Mississippi was the scene of a battle during the Civil War.
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The Camp Sumter military prison at Anderson ville was one of the largest Confederate military prisons during the Civil War.
The key political leader of the South during the US Civil War was the Confederate President Jefferson Davis. By all accounts it can be said that the South's key military leader was General Robert E. Lee.
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Xavier Blanchard Debray was a military leader during the Civil War. He was a Confederate General.
The Union president was Abraham Lincoln. The Confederate President was Jefferson Davis.
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General Xavier Blanchard Debray was a Confederate military leader during the Civil War.
There were several generals during the Civil War who were leaders of confederate troops, but probably you are thinking of Robert E. Lee, who commanded the Confederate Army of Northern Virginia.
The Confederate Army was led by General Robert E Lee.
Richmond was the capital of the Confederate States of America during the Civil War.
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The principal military commander was Robert E. lee for much of the war.
The Confederate state of Arkansas was in an uncomfortable position during the US Civil War. It was not a strategic priority for either side, yet there were five battles there and over 700 military related events.
Dixie was the Confederate anthem.
William A. Quarles was a Confederate General during the Civil War. Confederate Captain William Quantrill and his "Quantrill's Raiders" were Confederate soldiers during the Civil War.
Mark Twain served in the Confederate Army during the Civil War. He became second lieutenant.
No. The Confederacy had spies, but no military forces ever were in New York.
During the Civil War, the Union army focused on conquiring Southern land and freeing Confederate slaves.