Mar 16, 2015 ... Disunion follows the Civil War as it unfolded. ... Some argue that the
Confederates could have won if they had held Atlanta, Mobile, Ala., and ...
As the war continued, however, the Confederacy weakened and in the end, the
Union was the victor. But, could the South have won? There are five events, that,
Sure, the South could have won the war. Could have. If only... [fill in the blanks
here] What would likely have happened afterward has been a ...
A few ways, chronologically based on divergence from history: Better diplomatic
preparation ... The South could have conceivably won enough land battles to
convince the North to discontinue the war at that time. However, without a navy to
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Apr 11, 2016 ... Here are 5 things the South could have done differently. For more historical facts
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Sep 13, 2013 ... As part of our Civil War coverage to highlight the 150th anniversary of the Battle
of Chickamauga, the Times Free Press asked historians a ...
Jun 13, 2002 ... The field of Civil War history has produced more interpretative disputes than most
historical events. Next to debates about the causes of the war ...
Suppose that general Lee had decided that the South must win at all costs. If he
then chose a "scorched earth" policy (I.e. letting Richmond fall, ...
A Strategic Analysis of the American Civil War in Alternate History ... scenarios on
how the Confederate States of America could have won the Civil War. ... And,
furthermore, in reaction to the South, both countries decided it was time to source
Editorial Reviews. From Publishers Weekly. Military historian Alexander (Lost
Victories et al.) offers a well-reasoned brief that lays the blame for the