And I believe that history will show that the war was fought in the South. The Federal army spent years fighting in the South. The time spent by the Confederate army in the North was measured in days. Why do you think so few American civilians were killed in the two World Wars, the Korean conflict, the Vietnam war and the two Gulf wars, when so many millions of the enemy were killed? I believe history will show it was because the war was fought on the enemy's soil, not ours. When armies are duking it out, civilians are going to get in the way. It's always been that way. In the Civil War, the armies were duking it out on southern soil. No surprise that there'd be more civilian casualties down here.