The south didn't win the Civil War. It was the North (The Union) who beat the South (The Confederacy)
they thought of bananas and monkeys.
Shock and Awe
It was Called The Anaconda Plan
To starve the south of resources to the point of surrender.
The battle of gettysberg was important because it showed that the south weren't as good as they looked and the union might win the war
when the civil war began, what was the main goal of the union (the north)
No, victory to the American Civil War was conceded to the Union (also known as the North).
Simply to win the south back after they seceded from the union
The Civil War. The North was the Union and the South, the confederacy.
Yes the union did win the American Civil War. This is the reason we only have one America.
If it is the civil war yes
To preserve the Union.
The Union won the Civil War
Because of the defensive strategy adopted by the Confederacy, which compelled the the Federals to invade the South, defeat its Armies and conquer its territory, in order to win the war and restore the Union.
Most people mistaking believe that the Union declared war on the South because of slavery. This was not true until the war was ending, and the Union thought that slavery was the South's inspiration to fight. The North declared war on the South to preserve the Union.
The Union was the North. The South was the Confederacy.
Union won the American Civil War. Also known as the North.
They had the Anaconda Plan to surround the South and cut off their trade and divide them to weaken their economy.
In his Gettysburg address, the unfinished work is to win the war and restore the South to the federal union.
The Union lost three battles in the civil war