How many men died in the Battle of Shiloh?
At the Battle of Shiloh....it is known as the bloodiest battle for both sides of both the Union and Confederacy.
April 6, 1862 through April 7, 1862
Death Toll for Confederacy
Dead - 1,723
Missing - 959
Death toll for Union
Dead - 1,754
Missing - 2,885
The battle of Shiloh took place in Tennessee NOT
About 10,000 casualties on the Union side (the exact number is 13047), with 10699 on the confederate side. It was a Union tactical victory, but the Union lost more men.
There was about 1, 700 people that dies on both side. The Union and the Confederate. ANSWER: The Battle of Shiloh (also known as the Battle of Pittsburg Landing) was fought on April 6-7, 1862. The Confederacy had about 10,700 men that were wounded or dead. The Union had about 13,000 men who were wounded or dead.
ANSWER: apex= The Battle of Antietam The bloodiest battle of the American Civil War, was the Battle of Shiloh (also known as Pittsburg Landing). The Battle of Shiloh, named after a church on the battlefield, is where many men from both sides would meet their God. After the battle was over, neither side cared anything about the title of winner or loser. After Shiloh, the South never smiled.