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Southern strategy in the civil war

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leyton spencer

on 28 January 2013

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Transcript of Southern strategy in the civil war

The confederate army military strategy
was to fight a defensive war Using supplies from Europe gained from
the sale of cotton until north got tired of the war Most of the fighting went on in
northern Virginia and along the Mississippi
river The confederate military strategy
was to be defensive because the north
invaded the south The south military strategy was to
push back the union out of the south
wile trying hard the south failed the blockade
put onto the south crippled the south until that day
at Gettysburg when the union won the civil war
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