The two best generals of the confederacy had to be general Robert edward lee and general stonewall jackson.
In the end, Grant and Lee - Generals-in-Chief of the Union and Confederacy.
These are major Generals Union: Generals Pope, McClellan, Burnside, Thomas, Grant Confederacy: General Lee
For the Union the generals were Ulysses S. Grant and Don Carlos Buell. For the Confederacy the generals were Albert Sydney Johnston and P.G.T Beauregard.
Well, there were many diffrent Generals during the Civil War. But, if you mean the Leaders Lincoln for Union and Lee for Confederacy. If im not right feel free to correct me!
Union: Grant and Farragut Confederacy: Pemberton
There were many generals at Gettysburg, but the commanding generals were Robert E. Lee for the Confederacy, and George G. Meade for the Federals.
General Lee (Confederacy) General Mead (Union)
One was General E. Lee
One of the leading Civil War generals for the Confederacy/South was Robert Edawrd (E.) Lee.
robert e. lee stonewall jackson jefferson davis
General Sherman of the Union and General Robert E. Lee of the Confederacy.
At the end of the war, the Union Army was led by General Ulysses H. Grant. The Confederacy was being led by General Robert E. Lee.
At the Battle of Antietam (or Sharpsburg as the South titled it), the commanding generals were Robert Edward Lee for the Confederacy and George Brinton McClellan for the Union.
Robert E. Lee, A.P. Hill, Thomas "Stonewall" Jackson.
Generals James Longstreet and A.P. Hill.
Grant from the Union and Robert E. Lee of the Confederacy.
Grant commanded the Union. Lee commanded the Confederacy.
One of General Lee's predecessors was General Pierre Gustav Toutant Beauregard.
U.S Grant was the main leader of the north(union) Robert .E lee was the leader of the south (confederacy)
General Lee who was on the Confederacy side and "Stone Wall" Jackson and Lincoln. I hope I helped.
For the Confederacy, Robert E. Lee For the Union, George Meade
The President of the Confederacy was Jefferson Davis, Robert E. Lee and "Stonewal" Jackson were both important generals.
There were so many Union generals replaced because none of them did a good enough job to remain in the position, many of the North's good generals like Robert E. Lee resigned from the Union army to go fight for their home state in the Confederacy
Finding competent generals Constant changes to military leadership Poor strategic planning by officers