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#1 10 years ago
Von Mudra

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#2 10 years ago

Whoa, awesome! The Civil War was always my favourite part of history since I was a kid, in fact, its what got me into history :)




[130.Pz]W.Fuchs

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#3 10 years ago

Excellent find! Very interesting to watch, since I don't know much about the US Civil War :p




stylie

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#4 10 years ago

Seriously, I love these breakdowns. I know it sounds funny but they really do help to understand how it all unfolds, even if its compressed like that.




Uberhauptstormfuhrer

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#5 10 years ago

One thing i found weird was why they never cut the bulge on the Mississippi river? Because a few months later they reunited with the forces in New Orleans.

No troops?

Also the front line seems to be shifting alot




Von Mudra

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#6 10 years ago

Its the CSA, they had frew resources. Kirby, the confederate general in Texas, ended up basically creating his own nation, and defending it damn well with the scarce resources he had, but never ventured out.

As for frontline shifting, that was due to the many independent units that were around, especially for the confederates.




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#7 10 years ago

Uberhauptstormfuhrer;4594562One thing i found weird was why they never cut the bulge on the Mississippi river? Because a few months later they reunited with the forces in New Orleans.

No troops?

Also the front line seems to be shifting alot

I guess they tried and failed or didn't have the resources to do so.

I don't know jack shit about the american civil war, why is the west coast (hell pretty much everything west of centre) not in the animation? No wars there? Not enough data?




Von Mudra

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#8 10 years ago

There was no fighting on the west coast, Donutz. The entire pacific coast was Union, and there were only a few random forays in the deserts of Arizona and New Mexico, with nothing really ever happening.




[130pz.]Kading

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#9 10 years ago

the glorious california republic, wise beyond its years, decided to remain relatively neutral throught the war until it was clear that the union had far better drugs (morphine! WOOO!!!) and dispatched its finest unit of Camel Cavalry from the bowels of the mohave desert into the fighting in arizona! CAMEL CORPS FTW!! WA66CamelCorps.jpg based on a semi-true story. but muddy is right, all the fighting took place on the east coast and the midwest, the united states wasnt always as complete and pretty looking as it is now. back then it was like this us_1860_slv_041001_400.jpg PS, YAH!! UNION FOREVER! HOORAH BOYS, HOORAH!!




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#10 10 years ago

Shokan Farewell is pwn music.

Great find.

I did not know the war went like this.

Why did random battle appear up North? Revolts? How close did the CSA come to Washington?