Lesson 8 (Civil War at Sea)

Lesson 8 (Civil War at Sea) - Admin Review Naval Comparison...

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Review Naval Comparison Diplomacy objectives
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Lesson 8: The Civil War at Sea
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Confederate Naval Strategy Part of overall strategy of “Attrition Warfare”. Army will defend territory and threaten Washington. Coastal defense: Army forts and new naval weapons systems. Blockade-running: Attempt to continue commercial trade with Europe. Operations hurt by Southerners’ desires for luxury goods. Union blockade’s increasing effectiveness increases profits. Commerce raiding: Successful cruises divert Union ships from blockade duty. Privateers (1861): Declaration of Paris - 1856.
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Union Naval Strategy Part of overall strategy of Anaconda plan Army will defend Washington and capture Richmond Navy will maintain strict blockade Joint ops to split Confederacy in half
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Am Rev v. Civil War Was the war at sea (ocean) where each war was going to be won or lost?
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  • Spring '14
  • Civil War, American Civil War, Confederate States of America, Mobile Bay, Union blockade, Union Naval Strategy

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