what were the fighting conditions of the civil war
The advantages that the Confederates had in the Civil War were (1) the Confederate troops had the motivation of defending their homes and families, (2) the Confederates had prepared for war by accumulating a small store of supplies, and (3) the Confederates had better military leaders.
About 250,000 Confederates fought in the Civil War
Most of the fighting took place in the South because it was the Union that wanted the Confederates to rejoin them, therefore they attacked the South. During the Civil War, the Union took more of an offensive stance than a defensive.
The Confederates and The Union
The North, Union, and the South, Confederates.
The Southern states (Confederates) fought the in civil war for their right to keep slaves.
The Confederates were the Southern states in the Civil War.
The Confederates were against slavery in the civil war. They did not want it.
the union wanted to stop slavery and the confederates ddidn't
1,548 Confederates died in the Civil War.
Fighting for the Union side, the soldiers were called Yankees. Those fighting for the South were called Confederates, or Rebels.
Well, on the 1st day of the Battle of Gettysburg, there was fighting in the Peach Orchard. The Confederates retreated after fierce fighting there.
Usually women who were not fighting had fundraisers and raised money for soldier supplies