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How was the North able to replenish its military in the face of staggering loses on the battlefield? It inflicted even heavier loses on the Confederacy. For the first time, a wartime draft was
begun. The Union accepted help from foreign mercenaries. A steady stream of new immigrants provided help.
The answer is The Union accepted help from foreign mercenaries.
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User: How was the North able to replenish its military in the face of staggering loses on the battlefield? It inflicted even heavier loses on the Confederacy. For the first time, a wartime draft was begun. The Union accepted help from foreign mercenaries. A steady stream of new immigrants provided help.

Weegy: The answer is The Union accepted help from foreign mercenaries.
patmarone|Points 5301|

User: Antoine-Henry Jomini wrote a book covering 115 military maxims developed by Alexander the GreatNapoleon BonaparteUlysses S. Grant.

Weegy: Antoine-Henry Jomini's maxims were developed by Napoleon Many military strategists have attempted to encapsulate a successful strategy in a set of principles. [ Sun Tzu defined 13 principles in his The Art of War while Napoleon listed 115 maxims from ]
Telework09|Points 766|

User: Why were military prisons during the Civil War not constructed very well? No one thought the war would last very long. Most prisoners did not have to be there long. It was felt prisoners did not deserve better ones. Both sides ran out of money to build good prisons.

Weegy: No one thought the war would last very long.
selymi|Points 8422|

User: Which of the following statements correctly explains economic conditions in the North during the Civil War? Foreign trade kept the economy moving forward. Industries were booming as they made war supplies. Lack of European trade reduced available funds. Taxes and bonds were raised to finance the war. Numerous battles were destroying farm lands. The economy was beset by massive inflation and debt.

Weegy: The economy was beset by massive inflation and debt
nicolaxx74|Points 81|

User: In the latter stages of the Civil War, who was given the responsibility of winning the war for the North? William Sherman George McClellan Ulysses Grant Ambrose Burnside

User: Why did Grant decide not to return to Washington but to instead continue attacking Lee after the Battle of the Wilderness? to prove he was a better general to wear down the Confederates he did not have transportation Lee had managed to trap him

Weegy: 4.Lee had managed to trap him
johpeter17|Points 151|

User: What can be said of the Confederate army during the Wilderness Campaign? It was greatly lacking in military supplies. It heavily outnumbered the Union army. It defeated Northern forces again and again. It was not able to rest and heal after battle.

Weegy: It heavily outnumbered the Union army.
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