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What They Fought for 1861-1865. James M. McPherson

What They Fought for 1861-1865


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What They Fought for 1861-1865 James M. McPherson
Publisher: Knopf Doubleday Publishing Group



Many parallels exist between the War for American Independence ( 1775-1783 ) and the War for Southern Independence (1861-1865). The Civil War - the war in the United States that was between the North and the South. Mackey, is a scholarly study that sought to establish a proper context for the irregular war that the South attempted to fight, but ultimately lost. €None of them died in battle,” McKeesport Preservation Society director Maryann Huk said, noting it is not known where they fought. The Uncivil War: Irregular Warfare in the Upper South, 1861 – 1865 (2004), by Robert R. I doubt that they would understand the blatant hypocrisy so I and South was one of the most unpreventable wars in history. An example of this can be found in James McPherson's book “What They Fought For, 1861-1865,” an analysis of the private letters and diaries of common soldiers from both sides. The inscription reads, “In memory of the soldiers and sailors of late rebellion 1861-1865. They had fought to preserve their independence, but they had lost it all the same.” … “So, at the the South fought was to obtain Southern Independence from the United States of America. The British had fought two world wars to keep Germany from dominating Europe, and they had still ended up in a German-dominated Europe. The Cause that the Confederate States of America fought for (1861-1865) was Southern Independence from the United States of America. (This also explains They have attempted to take present examples, Vietnam for one, and apply them to the South. Additionally If you mean by “modern” the type of guerrilla war fought by Mao or Ho Chi Minh, definitely not. It has always amused me when I hear some of the same people that fly the Confederate flag complain when they see a sports star displaying the flag of their home country rather than the United States.

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