How many soldiers served on both sides during the US Civil War?
Nearly three million soldiers served in the US Civil War.
Three hardships faced by soldiers during the civil war were hunger, heat, and cold. These hardships had to be endured by soldiers fighting on both sides of the war.
During the Civil War the soldiers of both sides had sometimes to cross the Appalachians.
No why would you ask that ask your teacher
The most US soldiers died during the American Civil War. That is because Americans were fighting on both sides.
by entering industrial employment and providing medical aid for soldiers on both sides
For soldiers on both sides of the US Civil War, a major and consistent threat for soldiers were diseases such as malaria and dysentery. Also, the large number of amputations during the war, often resulted in infections due to the lack of antibiotic medicines.
The border states that wished to remain neutral during the Civil War were places that both sides could obtain goods from. Sometimes, there was conflict but most of the time the soldiers got what they needed and left.
During the course of the US Civil War, many soldiers from both sides spent time in prisoner of war camps. It is estimated that 310,000 Confederate soldiers and 300,000 Union soldiers were prisoners of war. Some escaped and many Union soldiers were released by Union armies invading the South.
Soldiers on both sides
It's the song "Some Nights", by fun.. Features two soldiers on opposite sides of the Civil War, preparing for battle.
shortage of soldiers during the American civil war both sides were short of soldiers so slaves were given the chance to join up and be given there freedom if they were willing to fight
log cabins for both sides were used during the winter to shelter the soldiers from the cold. during the summer, tents would be used to keep cooler. -m.kelly-
During the American Civil War, soldiers on both sides of the conflict earned (or suffered from) nicknames of various kinds. Because of the "butternut" color of their uniforms, Confederate soldiers could be called "Butternuts," in addition to many other nicknames heard during the war and beyond.
Usually its the number of the soldiers regiment. Mostly northern troops did this. Almost all the soldiers on both sides were volunteers who served in regiments raised by the states. So there was an 18th New York, and an 18th Pennsylvania, and an 18th Maine, for instance.
There were 50 battles fought during the Civil War that were considered major battles. In addition to these, another 5,000 minor battles took place. The total number of soldiers that died on the two sides was approximately 620,000.
The greatest cause of death was disease 1( from when surgeons did not wash there instruments such as the bone saw.
People very rarely changed sides during the English Civil War.
About 642,000 total
offered pay to soldiers along with promises of homes, education, and "insurance"
the two sides during the US civil war were the union (North) and the confederacy (south)
During the US Civil War, both sides utilized railroads, waterways, ocean vessels, wagons and marching to travel to their designated positions. This could be to reach a battle, retreat, or to reposition themselves to safe areas to rest.
The Union soldiers wore blue uniforms while the Rebel soldiers wore gray.
The National Park Service has an online database called the Civil War Soldiers and Sailors System, which purports to list every man who served, on both sides. It lists six Knoblocks from Louisiana. See the related link below to check the database for yourself.
The commanders that served during the Civil War on both the Union and Confederate sides, were called Generals. On the Union side his name was Ulysses S. Grant and on the Confederate side it was Robert E. Lee.
During the American Civil War, soldiers for both sides of the conflict came from all walks of life. Initially relying on volunteers, both the South and the North engaged creatively in various campaigns (including conscription) later in the war in order to maintain the ranks of their armed forces.
A combined total of over 3,600 soldiers were killed at the Antietam, with total casualties on both sides exceeding 23,000 counting the wounded and missing. September 17, 1862, the day of the battle, was the bloodiest single day of combat during the US Civil War. Source: Civil War Battles, Johnson C. and McLaughlin, M. 1977
i actually just read a book about the civil war. both sides feel like their soldiers need alot more training. :)
Both sides needed more soldiers because the civil war claimed many lives.
African-American soldiers fought on both sides during the American Civil War. They were typically segregated into their own unit formations and led by white officers.
If you mean SOLDIERS not "shoulders" the greatest cause of death was disease, infection and loss of blood due to inadequate care
African-Americans fought on both sides during the Civil War, although many more fought for the North than for the South. The Confederacy promised eventual freedom to any African-American who fought on their side.
Northerners were Billy Yanks; Southerners were Johnny Rebs.
Disease - far more than bullets. Also, there was very little medical provision. If you were wounded, you would probably die.
Beans, hardtack, salt pork, hoe cakes and dried meats were eaten by soldiers of both sides.
Richmond became the largest Southern city in terms of caring for the wounded soldiers from both sides of the US Civil War. The largest hospital there was called the Chimborazo. For some unknown reason it was named after a volcano in Ecuador.
The Atlanta Campaign was a battle during the Civil War. There were 4,423 Union deaths and 3,044 Confederate deaths. There were also a total of 17,425 soldiers from both sides that were missing or captured.
the two soldries decid to fight for more land
Soldiers were of course the primary victims of death during the US Civil War. Three ways the soldiers on both sides of the war died were from mortal wounds caused by gunfire and artillery fire. Another major cause was from disease. The third major ways soldiers died was from infections due to battle wounds or infections as the result of surgery to sever limbs and other operations surgeons attempted on wounded troops.
They were fighting about slavery.
They supported both sides during the war
There were masses of desertions on both sides - especially from the Confederates in the last weeks.
They would have been used extensively by both sides IF cars had been in existence during the civil war.
At least 618,000 Americans died in the civil war and some experts say the toll was 700,000. This includes both sides.
Soldiers on both sides of the US Civil War faced many dangers quite common in combat. They were the targets of artillery and gunfire. Communications with their commanders were difficult. And, if they were wounded, medical care was not good.
During the US Civil War, many deaths of soldiers on both sides died of diseases. In the South, it is estimated that 50% of Confederate soldier deaths were caused by or were related to various disease. For example, Malaria and Yellow Fever caused many deaths.
More Deaths of American soldiers, but then both sides were Americans.
There were over 700 generals on both sides of the Civil War. Some of them were promoted early because the need for generals to lead large groups of soldiers.
September 17, 1862, was the bloodiest day of the Civil War. It was the day of the battle of Antietam, when about 23,000 soldiers died (counting both sides).
September 17, 1862 was the bloodiest day of the Civil War. It was the day of the battle of Antietam, when about 23,000 soldiers died (counting both sides).