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American Civil War 1861 - 1865. Christian Bubat Marc Krämer. Arrangement. Reasons Initial position Development 1. half of war + Coloured troops Turning point Ghettysburg + CSS Hunley Results. Sources : Reasons. Ecomony - PowerPoint PPT Presentation


  • Christian Bubat Marc Krmer

  • ArrangementReasons Initial positionDevelopment 1. half of war+ Coloured troopsTurning point Ghettysburg+ CSS HunleyResults

  • Reasons Ecomony+ Influence+ Slavery=>Splitting

  • Initial situationAdvantage SouthLeadingWeaponsTraining of TroopsNavy

  • ConfederatedUnionTroops

  • Begin of WarSecession of South StatesNew President, Constitution and GovermentFailed peace conferenceAttack on Fort Sumter

  • Development 1. half of warFirst attack of North failedTrainingSuccess in the West +Missisippi regionSouth loosesCut of Texas and Arkansas>Gettysburg

  • Coloured troopsProclamation of 17th July 1862 by LincolnFreedom for 3 Million Slaves

    180.000 coloured Soldiers

  • The battle of Ghettysburg

    July, 1863

  • In July, 1st, 2nd and 3rd of 1863

    Army of northern Virginia (General Robert E. Lee, 75000 men)

    Union Army of the Potomac (General George Meade, 97000men)

  • first day

  • second day

  • third day

  • It remains the great battle of the war although it did not end the war

    There fought and died more men than in any other battle of the war

  • 50.000 dead men

    23.000 union and 28.000 confederated soldiers

  • the CSS Hunley

    first submarine used in a naval war

  • 1864 submerged the USS Housatonicin the harbour of CharlestonThe Hunley sunk on its way home!Nobody knows how!

  • burial of the Hunley-crew

  • lifted 20009 men with broken neck (probably because of the explosion) were found

  • Results of the war620.000 killed soldiers End of slavery4 million slaves set freeeconomic adjustment of southern statesbeginning of imperialism 3 billion Dollar debt for the unioncentralization of the USA


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