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Since the Confederate General Pemberton surrendered the city to General Grant of the Union Army, I suspect the Union claimed victory.

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Q: Which side claimed victory in the Battle of Vicksburg?
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Victory at Vicksburg?

The side that won was the North. The side that won was the North.


Who won the battle at Vicksburg?

Ulysses S. Grant won the siege of Vicksburg. If you mean which side, it was the Union, aka the United States, aka the North.


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Better said was the "battles to capture Vicksburg". At least three Union attempts failed to actually capture the city fortress of Vicksburg. Only via a siege was the city captured. And, yes this at last gave the Union full control of the Mississippi River. This was now the western base from which to launch assaults on either side of the river.


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Pemberton received contradictory orders from his immediate superiors, so he would up doing nothing. The South did not really have any coordinated strategy. Lee claimed that his invasion of Pennsylvania was an attempt to draw union forces away from the Vicksburg area, but it is more likely that he voiced that argument to Davis in an attempt to prevent his own troops from being syphoned off to relieve Vicksburg.


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