By Patrick O’ConnorA civil war has erupted in the American South and could engulf the country.
The war has been raging since 1811 and has divided the country into three main factions, with one faction fighting for the right to secede and the other two fighting for states rights.
The Civil War is the first war to break out in America since the U.S. Civil War began in 1861, when the Confederacy fought to preserve the Union against the growing strength of the Union.
Civil war historians are divided over the extent of the conflict.
Some say the conflict is the most intense in American history.
The conflict started in the early 1800s, when three southern states, Alabama, Georgia, and Tennessee, revolted against a federal government that had taken control of their state governments and threatened their own.
The rebels tried to take over the federal government, but were repelled by armed soldiers who were trained by Confederate generals and officers.
The South lost most of its southern territories and most of the southern states to the North during the war.
The Confederate government then gained control of many of the former Confederate states.
The U.N. passed the 1865 Civil Rights Act, which made it illegal for any state to deny the civil rights of blacks, and then began to enact laws to redress these abuses.
In the following years, the Civil Rights movement helped pave the way for the Civil rights movement of the 1960s.
In 1964, the Supreme Court ruled in Loving v.
Virginia that a state cannot discriminate on the basis of race, but the justices also declared the Civil Right Movement’s goal of racial equality could not be achieved.
The first major civil war began in the late 1870s.
The United States entered World War I and was involved in numerous battles throughout the war, including the Battle of Gettysburg in which thousands of American soldiers died.
The First World War broke out in 1918.
The second major civil conflict began in 1919, and the Civilian Conservation Corps was formed to help the U-boat crews that fought against German U-boats.
The Second World War ended in 1945, with the end of the Cold War and World War II.