The first attack of the Civil War was on April 12-13 at Fort Sumter in Charleston County South Carolina. Result: Confederate victory.
The US civil War began in 1861 and the Korean War began in 1950 and the War of 1812 began in 1812. So it goes from left to right War of 1812, US Civil War, Korean War
The civil war lasted about 4 years 1861-1865
The first battle of the civil war happened at fort Sumter on April 12 1861
Yes, the Civil War started on the attack on Fort Sumter. The first major battle of the war was the Battle of Bull Run.
No, the Confederate troops fired the first shots in the Civil War during the attack on Fort Sumter, South Carolina on April 12, 1861. The Union troops stationed at the fort returned fire in self-defense.
The American Civil War
The war was from 1861-1865
The Civil War officially began April 12, 1861, the day of the attack on Fort Sumter.
April 12th 1861
The Confederates attacked Fort Sumter in 1861, starting the Civil War.
The first battle of the Civil War took place at Charleston - South Carolina, on April 12, 1861.
April 12, 1861. Causes by the south's attack on Fort Sumter :]
1861 to 1865
In 1861 the civil war was mostly fought in the eastern theater. Battles such as the first Bull Run defined what the next 4 years of war would be like.
The American Revolutionary War began in 1775. The US Civil War began in 1861. Therefore the Revolutionary War was before the Civil War.
the Civil War started in the year of 1861.
For the US, it was the Civil War (1861-1865).