What if the South had won the Civil War?
Read Chuck Thompson' s book, and you may well conclude, as I have ... south so they can feel superior. All true, Thompson admits, but come election time, the new, modern southerners who aren’t obsessed with indignity of losing the Civil War find ...
Oil and the Iraqi Civil War: How Security Dynamics May Affect Oil Production
Likewise, many of the seven different African states that have invaded Congo did ... south and began to shift their operations to Iraqi Kurdistan instead. Although Baghdad has been remarkably stubborn on this matter, the demands of waging the civil war ...
The Hunley: Zeroing in on what caused Civil War submarine's sinking
(CNN)-- Born and built amid gray-cloaked secrecy during the American Civil War ... and South Carolina governments have contributed an estimated $9 million or so between them on the recovery, lab and research. The Hunley, considered a spoil of war, is ...
What was America thinking during the final year of the Civil War?
When the Civil War began, many people on both sides thought it would be just a little spot of bother. There was no way it could last since one side – the North or the South – would easily ... a referendum on the war. Did Lincoln think he might lose?
Keizer teachers get lay of Civil War land
“Some of them looked woven like a basket and didn’t even appear to have nails.” Town and Faatz traveled to the Civil War sites as part ... “By the end of the war, the North had entire battalions that did nothing but build things like pontoon ...