Strangling the Confederacy
While the Civil War is mainly remembered for its epic battles between the Northern and Southern armies, the Union was simultaneously waging another campaign-dubbed 'Anaconda' -that was gradually depriving the South of industry and commerce, thus rendering the exploits of its field armies moot.
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