Confederate states and the union states
The northern soldiers were simply called the Union (which was also the name describing the northern states), while the southern soldiers were called Confederates (after the name that described the states that broken away in 1861, the Confederate States of America.)
The soldiers of the North were known as the Yankees. They were often referred to as "Billy Yanks" by their enemies from the South.
The soldiers of the South were known as the Rebels. "Johnny Rebs" became their nickname by the Union armies of the North.
Union soldiers were called Federals, Yankees, Blue bellies, Abolitionists, Billy Yanks.Confederates were called Rebels, Butternuts, Johnnies (or Johnny Rebs), Secesh.
Yankees; Army of the Republic; Blue Belly's; Union Army.
If you are reffering to the Civil War they were called the Union Army. They were also known as Yankees. Yankees
and the union
Yanks, Yankees, Bluebellies
Confederate army was the name. They were also called Rebels too.
The Union army (or armies)
German soldiers during World War I were called "Huns" by the American soldiers. The Germans called their soldiers "The Bosch" during World War I.
The were called the Union or the Federalists.
During The American Civil War, Northern states were called The Union as they remained in The UnitedStates of America.
I believe it was Andersonville----Google it for more info
She brought water to soldiers in battle during the civil war. Hence the name "pitcher"
I assume you mean nickname? Union= Billy Yank Confederate= Johnny Reb
He was William Tecumseh Sherman.Answer:There were numerous generals in both the Northern and Southern armies during the American Civil War (See Link). As the North eventually carried the war to the South there could even be said to be Northern generals in the South at some periods.
The American flag.
It's the song "Some Nights", by fun.. Features two soldiers on opposite sides of the Civil War, preparing for battle.