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The Korean civil war began in June of 1950 when the North Korean army attacked South Korea by crossing the 38th parallel, the artificial dividing line that separated the north from the south. North Korea claimed they were attacking in response to an attack by South Korea. However most historians agree this was probably a lie and was actually a premeditated offensive with the backing and approval of Russia.

Some speculate Russia wanted all of Korea because the US had “all” of Japan. Others speculate Russia didn’t want a US base so close to their territory, that they wanted to frighten and embarrass the US, and/or Russia believed the US had little interest in South Korea and would likely not put up much of a fight in support of South Korea. Who really knows for sure?

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There are at least sixteen countries engaged in wars now in the year 2018. While not all these countries are technically not engaged in civil war, they are all certainly involved in war.

These countries are, in order by the number of conflict related fatalities: Syria, Iraq, Afghanistan, Mexico, Somalia, Nigeria, Sudan, South Sudan, Libya, Pakistan, Egypt, Democratic Republic of the Congo, Yemen, Ethiopia and Ukraine. Mexico is an example of a country that is not involved in a civil war but their internal drug war has resulted in over 12,000 deaths and an additional 27,000 people who have been characterized as missing.

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A. the union had more states and believed that they had more power

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Confederates came in from the North. battle took place on july 1,2.3. Union held the high ground around
cemetery hill and little round top. first day battle union held until john Reynolds joined forces. Reynolds was killed that day. Second day battle took place at the peach orchard and little round top.. union line formed a fishhook to little round top. chamberlain was sent to hold little round top at all cost. third day of battle was the famous charge of pickett's charge and the wheat field. General Lee was defeated, however, fought almost another year

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Ulysses S. Grant was a key figure in the Civil War. After the Civil War, Grant became president of the United States. The reason Grant was so important during the Civil War is because he is known for leading the Union side to win the war. Grant was a key piece to the war. When the Civil War began, Grant had to decide which side he would lead.

The reason was many Civil War leaders on both the North and South sides went to the same school together. Grant and the others became educated at the United States Military Academy. Most of those who went to school with Grant decided to serve with the Confederacy. Very few Union leaders had the education and experience that Grant did.

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The answer to this question is letter B. He is confident that it is JUST (worthy or right) cause to be fighting for. There are a lot of soldiers who join the war not because they were forced to do so or because they felt that they have nothing better to do. Some of them joined because they truly wanted to. They felt that it was their duty in order to protect not only their country but also their people.

They all want to live but they also know that what they are doing is worth dying for. There are a lot of soldiers who experience a lot of trauma when they are exposed to the war. They come back as changed men with views that are different as compared to when they first entered the service.

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The english was in the civil war

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Robert E. Lee was the general who came up with the anaconda plan

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He did not want to anger the Republicans and slave states still in the Union

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The correct answer to this question is C, Henry George. Born September 2, 1839, Henry George was a journalist and an economist. His works are behind many of the reforms movements during the Progressive Era of the 19th Century. George's works are also the inspiration behind the economic philosophy known as Georgism.

This philosophy is the belief people should own the values that they produce. Progress and poverty is his most famous work. Released in 1879, it sold millions of copies all over the world. It addresses poverty and inequality, among a world where many economic and technology advancements were being made.

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