5. Factors affecting the outcome of the Civil War

IB History: 5. Factors affecting the outcome of the Civil War

A series of Northern victories on the battlefield in 1863, and the appointment of Ulysses Grant as military commander in 1864 saw the tide turn in the North"s favour. This page examines the overall factors that contributed to the Union"s ultimate victory including the role of foreign powers and the Emancipation Proclamation.Guiding questions:What factors affected the outcome of the Civil War?

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