650,000 men fought for the union in the battle of Antietam.
The South had 45,000 men fielded at Antietam.
enough to make you cry
2,108 Union men died in battle of Antietam
The Confederacy lost over 1,500 men killed at the battle of Antietam.
About 90,000 men, led my McClellan.
There were over 23,000 men killed, wounded, or missing after the end of the Battle of Antietam.
In the Battle of Antietam there were 22,700 casualties.12,400 Union10,300 ConfederateNote: This statistic does not include the number of horses killed
there were 270000000 men who fought in the battle of hastings for William of Normandy
Monuments which remember and honour the men who fought there. The Northern States erected 71 monuments to remember the regiments that fought with the Army of the Potomac that day.
That was the Battle of Antietam, fought on September 17, 1862. There were nearly 4,000 men killed there, with many thousands, about 18,000 more, wounded in combat. Basically, there were up to 25,000 casualties in the battle.
The Union Army had about 105,000, but did not use all of them. Probably around 70,000 actually fought. If they had used all the men they had there, they could have ended the war then and there. The Rebels had around 35,000.
around 3,900 men
about 100,000 Union and 85,000 Confederacy men
The British had about 6,000 men. The Americans had about 11,000 men.
Nearly 600,000 Americans
The British had about 6,000 men and the Americans about 11,000.
the amount of men in yo mommas underpants ROFLZZZ
They had many men fought 4,654,743,455 They had many men fought 4,654,743,455
The confederates could deploy 64,000 men, the Federals 119,000.
The Battle of Sharpsburg (Antietam), fought on September 17, 1862 stands as the bloodiest single day of fighting in US history. Nearly 23,00 men combined from both sides were killed, wounded, or missing.