They were fighting about slavery.
The South and the North sides of the US.
Gadaffi's supporters (the government) and the rebels.
what were the fighting conditions of the civil war
The Battle of Antietam was the bloodiest day of fighting during the Civil War. It had a total of 23,000 casualties on both sides.
A civil war is where the opposing sides belong to the same country or region, as opposed to fighting a foreign country. A war fought between people from the same country: e.g the English civil war
the union wanted to stop slavery and the confederates ddidn't
Both sides felt they were fighting for the better of their countries. They were fighting for what they felt was right. Therefore, they were loyal.
Well, its not called the civil war because the fighting was civil ut because the country was fighting its self
Because they wanted to bring peace
Union fought to free slaves, Confederate fought to stay slave states.
The two sides of the Irish Civil War were the "Republicans" and the "Free Staters".
The Confederates were fighting in the Civil war to be free from the Union and be their own country. the most important reason they were fighting in the Civil War is because the North and South had many Dissagreements over the years.
Three hardships faced by soldiers during the civil war were hunger, heat, and cold. These hardships had to be endured by soldiers fighting on both sides of the war.
Most of the fighting during the civil war was in the Confederate States. Especially in Virginia.
16,000 people were women that were fighting in the civil war
North, or Union and the South, or Confederates, were the two sides who fought in the Civil War.
The Civil War was a between the Union (North) and the Confederacy (South) in the United States. No two countries were fighting against each other. That's why it was called a civil war because it was a war between two sides in one country.
They were fighting against slavery.