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Civil War Conditions
Home Front NorthSouth
Home Front North Not much damage. Sons & husbands died. South
North Not much damage. Sons & husbands died. Some inflation. Less food, supplies. South
Home Front North Not much damage. Sons & husbands died. Some inflation. Less food, supplies. South Lots of damage Sons and husbands died.
North Not much damage. Sons & husbands died. Some inflation. Less food, supplies. South Lots of damage Sons and husbands died. Lots of inflation. Food shortages & riots.
Soldiers North & South
Soldiers North & South Boredom Sickness
Soldiers North & South Boredom Sickness Discomfort Fear
Soldiers North & South Boredom Sickness Discomfort Fear Horror Death
Hospitals North & South
Hospitals North & South Dirty Germs
North & South Dirty Germs Not enough medicine
North & South Dirty Germs Not enough medicine Death Limbs
Prisons North - Elmira, NY Dirty Death Hunger South
North - Elmira, NY Dirty Death Hunger South - Andersonville, GA Dirty Death Hunger
North - Elmira, NY Dirty Death Hunger South - Andersonville, GA Dirty Death Hunger Unsanitary Leader hanged
Prisons It is estimated that 56,000 soldiers died in prisoner of war camps during the Civil War.
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