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How many Confederate soldiers died during the American Civil War?

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Approximately 258,000 Confederate soldiers died during the American Civil War.

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There were 360,000 Union soldier deaths and 258,000 Confederate soldier deaths during the American Civil War.



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Approximately 360,000 Union troops and 258,000 Confederate troops died during the American Civil War.


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Many records were lost during and after the war, but most estimates put the number of Confederate soldiers that served during the war at between 750,000 and 1.25 million.


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Approximately 258,000 Confederate soldiers died in the American Civil War. Most deaths were due to disease.


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Of the 258,000 Confederate soldier deaths, 164,000 were the result of disease and other non-battle causes. More 50,000 Confederate soldiers died from dysentery alone.


Confederate soldiers usually received bacon, corn meal, tea, sugar and/or molasses, and fresh vegetables when they were available. "Johnnie Cake," which is a type of cornbread was a favorite of the Confederate soldier.


Due to missing records, an accurate accounting of the number who served for the Confederacy is not available. Estimates are that between 700,00 and 1,250,000 Confederate soldiers served in the American Civil War.



Many of the records were lost, but it is estimated that between 750,000 and 1,250,000 Confederate soldiers served during the American Civil War. Approximately 258,000 Confederate soldiers died from battle wounds or disease during the war. Therefore, between 21% and 34% of the troops that served were killed or died of disease.


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