1. Churchill Imagines How the South Won the Civil War ...

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    08.03.2011 · In Winston Churchill’s fanciful alternative history, Robert E. Lee wins at Gettysburg, and Jeb Stuart prevents World War I

  2. American Civil War - Simple English Wikipedia, the free ...

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    The American Civil War (1861–1865) was a civil war in the United States of America. It is sometimes called "The War Between the States". Eleven Southern states in ...

  3. Civil War Facts | Civil War Trust

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    Facts relating to the American Civil War, the Civil War Trust and battlefield preservation. Dates, figures, tables and clarification of frequently asked questions and ...

  4. American Civil War - Wikipedia

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    American Civil War; Clockwise from top: Battle of Gettysburg, Union Captain John Tidball's artillery, Confederate prisoners, ironclad USS Atlanta, ruins of Richmond ...

  5. United Kingdom and the American Civil War - Wikipedia

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    The United Kingdom of Great Britain and Ireland and the British Empire remained officially neutral throughout the American Civil War (1861–1865).

  6. Civil War Soldiers | HistoryNet

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    Civil War Soldiers: Decimated by Disease. By Glenn W. LaFantasie. Disease and primitive medical knowledge were the Civil War soldier’s worst enemies.

  7. Georgia in the Civil War

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    Information on the cause of the War, the blockade, breaking the South, marching through Georgia, and the aftermath.

  8. Civil War Battles - Mr. Kash

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    Civil War Battles . Fort Sumter. Fort Sumter, a federal fort located in Charleston Harbor in South Carolina, refused to surrender to the Confederates.

  9. Fort Sumter: The Civil War Begins | History | Smithsonian

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    Fort Sumter: The Civil War Begins Nearly a century of discord between North and South finally exploded in April 1861 with the bombardment of Fort Sumter

  10. What would have happened if the South did win the Civil War?

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    31.07.2017 · What if the South had won the Civil War? 4 sci-fi scenarios for HBO's 'Confederate' The new project from the 'Game of Thrones' creators could shock us by ...