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General Lee lost his citizenship by rebelling against the United States of America. Going to war against the United States of America is treason. General Lee committed treason. He lost his citizenship in the United States. He did not get it back when he surrendered.

President Johnson pardoned the Confederate enlisted men but not the officers.

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