The Battle of Shiloh became the first horrific US Civil War battle. The amount of casualties on each side was staggering. Confederate General Albert Sidney Johnston's plan was to launch a surprise attack on the forces under General US Grant, before other Union troops under General Buell could reach Pittsburg Landing. Grant had reached the Landing but felt secure, secure enough to not build proper fortifications. It was a two day battle in early April in 1862. In the first day of the conflict, General Johnston died of a bullet wound. This left Confederate General Beauregard in charge for the following day. Prior to dawn, Buell's forces arrived and reinforced Grant's troops. It was a pitched battle and when Beauregard learned his own reinforcements would not arrive in a timely manner, he had to withdraw his forces and make way to Corinth, Mississippi. Casualties number cannot be exact, however, the best estimate is over 20,000 combined in the two day battle.
Total 111,000 Total Casualties 24,000
Source: Wiley Sword "Shiloh; Bloody April" 57,000 from the north and 47,996 from the South.
there was 39,830 soldiers on the Union side in battle of shiloh
in a count of all of the soldiers there are 111,000 troops who have fought
The number of Confederate soldiers at the Battle of Shiloh was 44,699.
40,000 Confederate soldiers under the command of Gen. Albert Sidney Johnston
they werent that many soldiers
Only the ones who did not survive
Union casualties in the Battle of Shiloh were: 1,754 killed,8,408 wounded, 2,885 missing
No soldiers took part in the Battle of Britain, it was fought by the RAF and Luftwaffe in the air.No soldiers took part in the Battle of Britain, it was fought by the RAF and Luftwaffe.
856,525 Allied soldiers fought in the Battle of the Bulge and the axis had 496,363 soldiers in the battle of the Bulge
650,000 men fought for the union in the battle of Antietam.
There is 114,ooo Union Soldiers.
there were 80,578 union soldiers
over 1000 thousand soilders.
The Battle at Shiloh took the lives of over 23,000 soldiers. This battle spanned two days and was one of the bloodiest in the Civil War.
2000 British soldiers fought but I'm not sure on the contniental army.
10,360. There were a total of over 20,000 soldiers lost from both sides in that battle.
More than 1,700 men died