Soldiers in the US Civil War died mostly from disease and poor hospital care in hospitals. The remainder died during the many battles between the North and the South.
44577 billiion people died during the civil war a lot hi cristal
Only 150 people died of salmonella during the civil war
It is estimated that 620,000 people died during the Civil War. It was the bloodiest battle ever fought on U.S. soil.
Over 600,000 people were known to have died during the U.S. Civil War, making it the deadliest war, for Americans, in U.S. history.
about 700,000 people did in the civil war. so sad.
approximately 67,088 people in the federal army died in the civil war.
About 620,000. About 40,000 died from North CarolinaIf you mean died, then there were 212,930 deaths, about 2% of the national population. If you mean how many people fought in the civil war, then there were 3,164,000 combatants.
Actually no president died during the Civil War as the surrender of the south to the north took place five days before then President Abraham Lincoln was gunned down in Fords Theatre by John Wilkes Booth.
It is estimated that 11,000 people died from measles during the Civil War. Dysentery was the worse disease to kill soldiers, it is estimated almost 100,000 died from it.
1 person fortunately.
millions of people died, including all the members of the Royal family the Romanovs
Clara helped aroung 1000 soldiers during the civil war but many that she tried to help died
365,000 union. 260,000 rebels
20 confederate and 1 union
About 700,000 (apex)
30,000 sicknesses killed more people during the war than bullets, mortar, cannons.
12,000 died in the Vermont 1st Regiment 3,500 died in the Vermont 22nd Regiment