Concerning the US Civil War Battle of Gettysburg, between 46,000 and 51,000 Americans were casualties in the three-day battle. This includes soldiers killed, wounded, and captured or missing. It's safe to assume some of the men who were missing could have died and not found. The Union: 3,155 men killed The Confederacy: 4,708 killed If you are considering "casualties" to only be those men who died on the battlefield, the total would be 7,863.
Various sources provide varying numbers of losses. Some go into great detail of breaking down the killed, wounded, captured and MIA's. Basically the above figure on 46-51 casualties is accurate enough.
Aside from the many thousands of casualties, the Battle of Gettysburg was a turning point in the Civil War. It was the last battle north of the Mason Dixon line.
At least 7863 people died, with an additional 11199 soldiers having gone missing, possibly being captured. In all, about 46,286 casualties were reported. The battle of Gettysburg had the record for the most casualties in the civil war.
About 50,000 casualties total. Union Casualties, 23,000 Confederate Casualties, 25,000
On the first day of the Battle of Gettysburg there were about 9,000 Union casualties and 6,000 Confederate casualties.
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Union:23,055 (3,155 killed 14,531 wounded) Confederacy: 23,231 (4,708 killed 12,693 wounded)
7,500 killed from both sides. Out of 160,000 men engaged in battle.
Gettysburg was the bloodiest battle in the American Civil War, with about 47,000 casulties. However it is not even close to being the bloodiest battle in history. There are many other historical battle with much higher casualty rates.The bloodiest battle in History was the Battle of Stalingrad in World War II with about 2 Million casualties in total.
At the Battle of Gettysburg in 1863, the Confederate army suffered 28,000 casualties. This figure represents both wounded and killed soldiers.
The Battle of Gettysburg was one of the few battles where almost both entire armies were engaged in the Civil War. There were 93,921 (recorded) Union troops and 71,699 (recorded) confederates were engaged at Gettysburg. About 46,286 casualties took place, leaving 70,866 soldiers from the Union, and 48,468 Confederate soldiers.
High Casualties, Many soldiers retreating, and Confederate Victory.
it was the first battle where many people died
There were 3,155 Union Men Killed.4,708 Confederate Men were also Killed.
there was 2,683,948 nurses in the civil war
The Gettysburg Address and the Battle of Gettysburg are related. The Battle of Gettysburg was known as the turning point of the war because so many Confederate soldiers were killed and the Confederates could no longer attempt to fight on Union ground or take the offensive side in a battle. This was because they had so many casualties. The Union had many casualties, too. In the Gettysburg Address, Abraham Lincoln is recognizing all of the Union soldiers who gave their lives to protect our democracy at Gettysburg by saying they died honorably and not in vain. The Gettysburg address inspired Union soldiers and supporters every and reinforced the idea that our government"of the people, by the people, and for the people shall not perish from the earth."
The major turning point pf the civil war was the Battle of Gettysburg. This battle had more casualties than all other American wars combined. Civilians came and watched on picnic blankets and as a result many innocent people died.
how many casualties were there in the battle of liege?
Generally speaking, casualties were counted after a battle in the US Civil War. This would include deaths, wounded soldiers and missing in action soldiers. Also, among the wounded, many died weeks after a battle and Gettysburg was a major battle. Also, Southern losses were not as reliable as Northern ones as the South was bad at keeping records of battle deaths. With all that said, here are some statistics on the Battle of Gettysburg:The South: Deaths and wounded were 28,000The North: Deaths and wounded 23,000
There were many battlers during the Civil War. Some includes the Battle of Gettysburg, Battle of Fort Sumter, Battle of Middle Creek, and the Battle of Williamsburg.
Over 51,000 at Gettysburg-
Around 15,000 were killed on both sides at Gettysburg. Total casualties were more than 50,000 including captured, wounded, missing, etc. The generally accepted figures for the entire war are about 650,000 dead and a total of something near two million total casualties.
To talk about the many soldiers who died at Gettysburg, Pennsylvania. The Battle of Gettysburg was one of the most important battles of the Civil War.
The US Civil War Battle of Shiloh was costly for both sides. Estimates on Union casualties run anywhere from 12,000 to 15,000. The South had more.
Over 34,000 casualties, 16,000 Union soldiers and 18,400 Confederate soldiers were killed, wounded or captured. This battle becomes the third bloodiest on of the Civil War.