Simularities .both had black soldiers .both had to eventualy use a draft to raise soldiers .had iron ships .used same fighting formations, the ones were they just stand and shoot at eachother .both utilized horses Differences .The Confederate Army had much better leadership .The Union Army had much better access to supplies; shoes, amuniton, uniforms, food, etc Union Army could replace soldiers much quicker .Confederate Army fought a defensive war .The
Sophie Wheeless October 5th, 2015 History ACA 8B The two different fighting styles of the civil war The civil war was fought on two sides, the north’s union against the south’s confederacy. The south was fighting for independence and the north was fighting to bring them back to the United States of America.
The United States won its independence for Great Britain during the Revolutionary War. America struggled to get the advantage, but eventually was able to win the war. In the beginning it proved difficult to even acquire the troops necessary to fight a war. The troops they got had no adeptness for fighting. They struggled throughout the war and at times their chances for success looked bleak.
The Revolutionary war was not revolutionary because it did not protect some of people’s rights, made lives harder, and left Americans in despair. The Declaration of Independence clearly stated that all men are created equal and unalienable rights (Document 2). This, however, is not shown through the social classes. The Revolutionary War was fought to bring freedom, but that undoubtedly does not show. First and foremost, Abigail Adams wrote “Remember the ladies, and be more generous and favourable to them than your ancestors.
The United States has had many conflicts in the course of its history. Particularly speaking, these conflicts typically arise due to differences between either side. The North and South had many differences that led to a large conflict. The North, made of abolitionists, relied on industries and mass-production in an economy. Rather than having a mainly paid workforce like the north, the South’s agricultural economy boomed, due to slaves, and cash crops, such as cotton.
The industrial revolution was an impactful era for humanity’s advancement, all over the world. People becamse eager to find faster and easier ways of doing everyday tasks, and began inventing in the 1760’s. England was the first to begin the textile revolution, which was the mass production of cloth in mills and factories. The role of women in the textile industry was significant because of their agility and smaller hands. Soon after England’s revolution, Japan followed along, about a century later in the late 1800’s; through their emperor:
During the period of the American Civil war, the two fighting sides had some differences but also many similarities. Both armies, the Confederate and Union, had many volunteers. The men fighting were fighting for what they believed. The results would change the lives of millions of slaves and the lives of the plantation farmers who used the slaves. On both sides the camps were in rough conditions, disease, small rations, and battles over stimulated soldiers senses.
The similarities and differences of both the Spanish and Englishes triumphs and defeats in the new world are the basis of multiple things. They both had their failures and success , either in the beginning , end or in both, the basis of what the Spanish and English both tried to fullfill was something they either wanted or needed. First, the biggest similarity in the Spanish s success alike the Englishes was their discovers, they both had men who adventures for new land, profit and alliances. England had John Smith who went to venture and came to Jamestown. While the Spanish had conquistadors such as , Cortes who made an alliance with the aztecs or Balboa who explored the pacific ocean.
My Fellow Colonists, The Patriots are persistently fighting against the British for freedom from its clutches. In 1774, the First Continental Congress met to discuss some complaints about the British rule over the colonies. However many Americans felt that nobody listened to their concerns which made them unhappier and a year later, the fight against Britain broke out in Lexington and Concord(1). While we have many people helping us defeat the British, we still need more people to help us win this fight for our freedom and the people we need to help us the most is all of you. If all of you do not help us fight, the state of our colonies will be worse and we will be under the British rule permanently.
It is the American Revolution, and the colonies are on the verge of fighting. Before the first battles of the Revolution, colonists were starting to get ready for the impending conflict. Although some colonists wanted the conflict to come many others remained neutral and hoped to avoid war. However events during the Revolution swayed many colonists to the side of the Patriots. One such event was crucial and important to the American Revolution, the same place where the “Shot heard round the world” was fired, on the North Bridge in Concord.
1. • Were the Colonists fighting for: It is important to establish that the colonists were a constituency of varied parties maintaining different interests. The colonial elite created a reconciliation and sustained a basic consensus regarding the general aims and concerns of the colonists. However, when met with friction, the elite’s alliance proved to be rather volatile; consequently, radical colonists emerged with much potency. For this reason it is unclear if there was a distinguished common goal amongst all of the groups within the colonies. I. Liberty – The initial revolt against the crown developed with the emersion of new British taxes on commerce.
Britain gained their title of being the most powerful force in the world after winning battle after battle in the past century; besides their victorious history, Britain also had other advantages going into the war, and because of this, they were the favored side to win the Revolutionary War. Their success was contributed by the authority that the British government had on their people, this authority caused an almost limitless amount of resources. The Parliament could obtain or raise any amount of funding needed to support their military and cover the costs of any other needs that would have had to have been met during this time, such as ships. This type of funding and vast resources readily available were not common in America as colonists