The Battle of Antietam severely weakened the Union army. shifted control of the Civil War from the South to the North. was the last battle that took place in the eastern United States. convinced Europe to support the Confederacy.
The battle of the Antietam severely shifted the control of the civil war from the south to the North.
The battle of Antietam was between the confederates in the south and the union army in the North.
This war showed that the Union army had the ability to stand and fight against the confederate soldiers.
The war was won by the union army at last. The confederates were kept at arms length. This was what led President Abe Lincoln to be able to release the emancipation proclamation.
Option: Shifted control of the Civil War from the South to the North.
The Battle of Antietam was fought in Maryland in America during the Civil War. It became the first battle for the South to fought on the defensive mode rather than going offensive that they did in several major campaigns. General Robert E. Lee leads the Southern troops and in the Northern soldiers by George B. McClellan (General). The outcome of the battle was devastating for both side because of the casualties they suffered. The victory of the North changed the scenario of the war as it came in favor of the North.
What were the goal of the alien and sedition acts
The goal of the Alien and Sedition Acts was to limit criticisms of the government.
Please can someone write something because I’m not very good at writing stuff. I’ll mark brainliest for the best answer
Protest by a group of Massachusetts colonists, disguised as Mohawks and led by Samuel Adams, against the Tea Act and, more generally, against “taxation without representation”.
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How did u.s. relations with the soviet union change while ronald reagan was president of the united states?
President Ronald Reagan had a stiff stance against the Soviet Union. He labeled the country as an "evil empire" and publicly challenged the Soviet General Secretary Mikhail Gorbachov to "tear down" the Berlin Wall.
Reagan shifted the country's policy from "detente" to "rollback". In other words, it directed resources in order to enter a direct arms race and make all the efforts possible in order to guarantee a transition in power from Socialism to Liberalism in foreign regimes.
it changed by Ronald trying trying to make a peace treaty with the soviet from what i remember
1. Discuss the similarities and differences between the historical methodologies of Renato Constantino and Reynaldo Ileto. It is not related to any religious aspects.
The similarity between Constantino’s and Ileto’s methodology is that they both believed in the idea that Filipino history should also be focused upon the common people.
Constantino believed that one of the biggest mistakes committed by historians is that they tend to highlight and let the Filipino History revolve around the great or famous men and the colonizers. Constantino believed that history should be rewritten as a struggle of the people towards freedom and liberty. Ileto have similar ideas.
A similar method that these two authors use was using the common people or society will have a major affect in history. Renato Constantino has a belief that many historians focuses on the great people and colonizers of the past without relating it to the present(geelacerteza). Renato Constantino believe that the people especially the lower classes played and important role in making the history of the Philippines. While Reynaldo Ileto may originate the idea “a history from below” from Renato Constantino, because Ileto also believed that history should be focused on the common people not just by famous people.
they also have some differences Reynaldo Ileto labeled Renato Constantino and some other historians as an illustrado nationalists, because they focused on the important people that have played in the revolution such as Rizal and Bonifacio while making the people play a more passive role in their writings.
What does Lincoln hope will happen now that the war is over?
To preserve the Union.
President Lincoln told a New York newspaper that preserving the Union was his main goal of the Civil War — not abolishing slavery. "If I could save the Union without freeing any slave I would do it, and if I could save it by freeing all slaves I would do it," Lincoln said.