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I got some information about the civil war and it said it was unique but the thing is they did not tell or give me an example of this. Can you help me?

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    Welcome on History.SE. I am afraid your question is not specific enough to match the standards of this site. Can you precise which sources you consulted and narrow the scope of your question ? – Evargalo Feb 7 at 15:23
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    Whose civil war? English Civil War? Roman Civil war? Which Roman civil war? Ultimately this is a question about the opinion of someone we don't know, who isn't on the record. There is no way to tell whether any answer is more or less correct than any other. – Mark C. Wallace Feb 7 at 15:33
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    Isn't every civil war unique in some manner? – Steve Bird Feb 7 at 18:07
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    A civil war being civil would be pretty unique, I guess... – Snow Feb 8 at 9:39
  • I'm trying to imagine a civil war that wasn't unique; surely that would require that exactly the same people fought exactly the same battles in exactly the same places as a previous civil war (with, presumably, the same people being killed in each battle). – KillingTime Feb 8 at 16:27

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