the main generals of the civil war are
1.General Robert E Lee
2.General P.G.T Beauregard
3.General Thomas (Stonewall) Jackson
The two ranking generals were Grant (North) and Pemberton (South).
The South had better Generals at the start, but lost some in combat, and the Northern Generals began to improve their policies.
The South had better generals than the North did at the time.
the south was robert genral lee and the north was elmo
The North. But the South had managed to cream-off some of the best of them.
North- Maj. Gen. William Rosecrans South- Gen. Braxton Bragg
Lee for the South versus Meade for the North
At the beginning of the war the South had better generals than the North had.
The two most famously known generals during the civil war were: South: Robert E. Lee North: Ulyess S. Grant
Robert E. Lee for the south & Ulysses S. Grant for the north (even thought the north had a lot more generals)
The South - Robert E. Lee / North - Ulysses S. Grant .
North- More troops Better equipped and supplied South- Knew the land better Had better generals
This is a matter of opinion, but the South probably had the better generals at the start of the Civil War.
There were many different Generals in the Civil War, but Lincoln hired all of the generals for the North who was the Union and the South who was the Confederates was mostly general Robert E. Lee. Douglas was the president of the South since the south wanted to break away from the union.
Grant for the North, Lee for the South
U.S Grant was the main leader of the north(union) Robert .E lee was the leader of the south (confederacy)
Most US generals came from the ranks of the graduates of the US Military Academy at West Point, New York. The North had a larger pool of military trained men then did the South. The pool of officers was larger for the North, no doubt. However, on both sides the general pool was diluted due to the necessity of making political generals. On a ratio basis, it can be debated that the South had a higher quality of possible generals.
Because the south had a lot of generals that had gone to school in other countries and the north did not have that
Lee for the South and Grant for the North were the most famous.
He was William Tecumseh Sherman.Answer:There were numerous generals in both the Northern and Southern armies during the American Civil War (See Link). As the North eventually carried the war to the South there could even be said to be Northern generals in the South at some periods.
The South had more experienced generals, especially in cavalry, in the early stage of the war.
The South had better generals (Robert E. Lee) than the north did at the start of the war. Also, the south's troops typically had higher moral.
For the North, Sherman, with the highly-rated McPherson as one of his subordinate commanders, killed at Atlanta. For the South, John Bell Hood.
The major and most prominent generals in the US Civil War can be narrowed down to two generals. For the South the prominent general was Robert E. Lee. For the North it would be US Grant.
South, fourth on the seniority list of full generals (four stars) from August 1861.