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Which is an accurate description of total war as it was practiced during the Civil War? A. the recruitment of women to fill depleted army ranks B. the intentional destruction of civilian property C. the deportation of captured slaves to Africa D. the deliberate murder of enemy civilians

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  1. princeevee
    • one year ago
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    i would say c again

  2. princeevee
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    because a isnt it because of that women were nurses baack then and didnt fight

  3. princeevee
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    b is wrong because in the civil war, they fought in fields and plains

  4. princeevee
    • one year ago
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    d might be it because the civil war was called ''the bloodiest war'' because only americans died

  5. princeevee
    • one year ago
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    well come to think of it, idk what it is ;-;

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