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Civil War America's bloodiest conflict in the history = a war fought by different groups of people living in the same country Overview: - Northern States (union) vs. the Southern States (confederacy) - Disagreement on the topic Slavery -Civil war lasted from 1861 to 1865 -Over 600 000 people have lost their lives Reasons for the war: - Situation threatens to escalate after Abraham Lincoln got elected as President - Abraham Lincoln: opponent of Slavery -> Southern States are proponents - Slavery was forbidden in the North, so people demanded its abolition in the South - Main Cause: moral issue of slavery Course and end of the war : - The south wanted independence from America and the North wanted a United America - In 1863 Abraham Lincoln manifested the independence of the slaves - Abraham Lincoln was shot by a white man from the South - On June 23, 1865 the last Confederates surrendered in Texas - The reintegration of the South into the United States lasted until 1877 - The abolition of slavery was legislated in 1865/ in 1868 equal rights were established L>And finally in 1870 racial restriction through election was banned Glossary of important terms: secession #unification abolition the act of officially ending or stopping = something reintegration # restore to a unity independence = self-government to demand sth. = to command sth. established...

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establishment n. confederacy a confederacy is a political union racial restriction = to surrender = german meaning die Sezession/Abspaltung Abschaffung Wiedereingliederung Unabhängigkeit etw. fordern etabliert, gegründet die Konföderation Rassenbeschränkung sich ergeben Questions: What was the main reason which caused the Civil War? Which president offiated while the Civil War took place? Who won the American Civil War? Why do you think this incident is still today important ? 05/09/2022

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Civil War America's bloodiest conflict in the history = a war fought by different groups of people living in the same country Overview: - Northern States (union) vs. the Southern States (confederacy) - Disagreement on the topic Slavery -Civil war lasted from 1861 to 1865 -Over 600 000 people have lost their lives Reasons for the war: - Situation threatens to escalate after Abraham Lincoln got elected as President - Abraham Lincoln: opponent of Slavery -> Southern States are proponents - Slavery was forbidden in the North, so people demanded its abolition in the South - Main Cause: moral issue of slavery Course and end of the war : - The south wanted independence from America and the North wanted a United America - In 1863 Abraham Lincoln manifested the independence of the slaves - Abraham Lincoln was shot by a white man from the South - On June 23, 1865 the last Confederates surrendered in Texas - The reintegration of the South into the United States lasted until 1877 - The abolition of slavery was legislated in 1865/ in 1868 equal rights were established L>And finally in 1870 racial restriction through election was banned Glossary of important terms: secession #unification abolition the act of officially ending or stopping = something reintegration # restore to a unity independence = self-government to demand sth. = to command sth. established...

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establishment n. confederacy a confederacy is a political union racial restriction = to surrender = german meaning die Sezession/Abspaltung Abschaffung Wiedereingliederung Unabhängigkeit etw. fordern etabliert, gegründet die Konföderation Rassenbeschränkung sich ergeben Questions: What was the main reason which caused the Civil War? Which president offiated while the Civil War took place? Who won the American Civil War? Why do you think this incident is still today important ? 05/09/2022