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History of Spain

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The history of Spain dates back to the Early Middle Ages. In 1516, Habsburg Spain unified a ... Fragmented by the war, Spain at the beginning of the 19th century was ... Spain descended into Civil W...

As the Civil War dragged on why was the North in better shape to ...

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As the Civil War dragged on why was the North in better shape to win than the South? ... Did the north win the Civil War or did the south lose the Civil War?

American Civil War Facts, information, pictures | Encyclopedia.com ...

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Get information, facts, and pictures about American Civil War at Encyclopedia. com. ... Rather than accept Republican rule, Southern radicals immediately .... On the whole, Northern students tended to perform better at the technically oriented ... the South would win her independence, but whether the North would give up the ...

Economy in The Civil War - Shmoop

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But northern advantages would prove crucial as the war dragged on. ... Since most of the South's money came from exporting cotton the North aimed to ... of the Union Army, and at times they were worth almost one-third less than face value.

Slavery and the origins of the Civil War | International Socialist Review

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IN DECEMBER 2010, a group of well-heeled South Carolinians gathered in ... rights as a more important cause of the conflict than slavery.<sup>2</sup> These results are all the ... “Though the Civil War is still viewed by many as the turning point in southern ... who exchanged passage to North America, and the prospect of a better life, ...

What if The South had won? Would it have changed WW2? | American ...

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If the South wins the Civil War than the subsequent history of the world will ... the ground in France the Germans had already lost the ability to win the war. ... I find it more likely that the war had dragged on, the Germans would still have ... in good shape from that war, better than Britain or France which had ...

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The Civil War marked a defining moment in United States history. ... Others insist that the North and South were far more alike than different. ... The Confederacy could win merely by prolonging the war to a point where the loyal citizenry ... As fighting dragged on and casualties mounted, Lincoln presented emancipation as a ...

The Press and Abolition . Abraham and Mary Lincoln: A House ...

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That was particularly true during the Civil War and Blight's observation applies ... Were it not done, they insisted, the country would be dragged down into servile and other kinds of war. ... the reduction of the nation into its natural divisions, North and South, and the .... Half a loaf, the editor asserted, was better than no b...

Learning Resources from Monticello: Thomas Jefferson: President of ...

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New England and much of the north supported the Federalists. Virginia and much of the south supported the Republicans. Many feared that the differences between the groups could lead to a civil war. ... The voting dragged on. Finally ...

What if the British had allied with the Confederacy in the American ...

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Most of the combat during the Civil War would have taken place along the ... The British would have to remove troops from Asia and sail them to North America just to be on ... It certainly wouldn't have been in any shape to compete with France, ... all which were far more important than assisting the South to defeat the Union.

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Why the South Lost the Civil War - Cover Page: February '99 ...

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Former editor of Civil War Times Illustrated and author of more than thirty ... Despite the long-held notion that the South had all of the better generals, ... The South lost the war because the North and Abraham Lincoln were determined to win it.

The Civil War - AP U.S. History Topic Outlines - Study Notes

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When the Civil War began, there were fewer than 20,000 soldiers in the ... to physically overpower the Confederates to win control of the southern states. ... The high-level military strategies for the North and South continued to be attack and defend. ... leader, would be able to drill the Union troops into battle-ready shape.

King Cotton In The Civil War

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Feb 16, 2002 ... The moving of cotton demanded better roadbeds, sometimes even plank ... In addition, the North sold to the cotton-growing South more than $150 .... a drastic drop in Cotton production as the war dragged on: 4.5 million bales ...