if you mean presidents who were war heroes before being presidents George Washington is the easiest to name. also Andrew Jackson who also fought in the American revolution(democrat). Ulysses s. grant who fought and won the u.s civil war(republican). Theodore roosevelt who fought in the spanish-American war(republican).Dwight d. eisenhower fought in world war II(republican). george w bush fought in Vietnam(republican). that's all i can name since my fingers are bleeding now
Do you mean the Spanish Civil War or the American Civil War?
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None. The 9th and 10th Cavalry Regiments were not formed until after the Civil War ended. However, they did fight against the Plains Indians who gave them the name Buffalo Soldiers, and they fought in Cuba during the Spanish-American War. NONE.
The War of 1812The Mexican-American WarThe American Civil WarThe Spanish American War
the Civil war!
It was known as the American Civil War, 12 Apr 1861 – 13 May 1865.
The Union soldiers in the North were called "Blue Jackets" and Ohio has a rich American Civil War history.
The term of Chickamauga is from the Native American Cherokee Tribe. It means "river of blood".This was the name of the creek where a major US Civil War battle was fought.
The Civil War.
One of the most famous female soldiers in the Civil War was Sarah Edmunds. She disguised herself as a man, created an 'alias' name and enlisted in the Union Army. She also served as a spy, and later a nurse.
The Civil War.
During World War I, as in so many other wars, soldiers from both sides were given nicknames of all sorts. The American soldiers who went 'over there' to fight were no exception, receiving nicknames such as 'doughboys' and 'Yanks,' among many others.