APUSH - Binder and Reimers Slave Soldiers

APUSH - Binder and Reimers Slave Soldiers - Mehmet Bayram...

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Mehmet Bayram APUSH 1 May 14, 2007 2. To what extent did African American soldiers contribute to the war efforts of both sides of the Civil War? The American Civil War was a key turning point for the Black African race. Through their actions and the political actions of President Lincoln and his administration, Black Africans set a president for their freedom, equality, and liberation. A very important aspect of Blacks proving themselves was that of the Black Man acting as a soldier in the Civil War. During the Civil War, the official decision to use Blacks as soldiers in the Union Army was a slow gradual process. The actual use of African Americans as soldiers in the Union Army was completed by a series of actions the African American performed that won him the respect of becoming a soldier. The two differ in that it was to President Lincoln's benefit to enlist African Americans as soldiers when he did. The later was the African Americans Man's will to fight for his freedom and prove himself as an equal human being. However, because the African
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