The Army of Potomac had about 120.000 and that of Northern Virginia about 70.000.
At the Battle of Fredericksburg Gen. Lee had between 75,000 and 80,000 effectives present at the battle.
in a count of all of the soldiers there are 111,000 troops who have fought
6,000 british troops died in the battle of yorktown
A couple I know of are the Battle of Bull Run, Battle of Antietam, Battle of Fredericksburg, Battle of Chancellorsville, Battle of Shiloh, Fort Wagner, Battle of Gettysburg, and at least 3 or 4 more that don't really have names. Hope this helps! There is also the Battle of Appomatox. It was a victory for the Union troops after the Confederates surrendered.
it is estimated 700,000 Allied troops, and over 800,000 enemy troops
In total ruffly 2.5 Million People fought in the Battle of Stalingrad. 1.3 Million being Soviet Troops and 1.27 Million being Axis Troops.
probably over 150,000
In total 3,266,750 people fought in the battle of Berlin. 2.5 Million were Allied troops (2.3 Million Soviets and 200,000 Polish) and 766,750 Germans fought in the Battle of Berlin.
Napoleon had 72,000. Wellington had 68,000. The Prussians had 50,000.
Canadian troops fought in many, many battles. Far too many to simply list here. See the link below for an extensive list of the various battles Canadians were involved in.
The Mexican Army had 4,000 and the French had 8,000.
In total, 2.65 Million People fought at the Battle of Stalingrad. 1.27 Million were Axis Troops and 1.37 Million were Soviet Troops. Overall only 650,000 People survived the Battle, 459,500 Being Soviet Troops and 169,500 Being Axis Troops.
The number of Confederate soldiers that were killed at the Battle of Fredericksburg is 608. Another 653 were declared missing or captured.
Some of the Union troops shouted "Fredericksburg! Fredericksburg" after the fleeing Confederates. There had been a major Battle at Fredericksburg, Virginia the preceding December.. There the Union was lined up and made as many as fifteen separate charges at Confederates dug in at an exceptionally strong defensive position. It was a lopsided Confederate victory, with Union troops shot down in the thousands. None got within fifty feet of the Confederate position at Fredericksburg. So at Gettysburg, with the repulse of Pickett's Charge, the Union troops felt they had repaid some of the grief they had experienced at Fredericksburg.
The Confederates had deployed on Marye's Height about 10,000 men of Early's Division supported by the artillery reserve, totalling about 12,000 men.
At the Battle of Fredericksburg, Lee's Confederates killed or wounded approximately _______ Union soldiers.
600,343 troops were in the battle
Thank you for visiting this website, but we don't seem to know the real answer of this very complex question. But be sure to know that the internet stuff is sometimes not true.About 1892 troops on both sides died.
The major US Civil War Battle at Fredericksburg Virginia was important as the Confederate victory ended the tenure of the Union Major General Burnside as commander of the Army of the Potomac. It was a lesson that was ignored in many other battles. At Fredericksburg, Union forces made as many as 12 assaults on the bluff occupied by General Lee's troops. It was a costly Union defeat and as such extended the length of the war.
Over 170,000 Allied troops fought in D-Day.Over 170,000 Allied troops fought in D-Day.
The first and second assault were carried out by 2,100 British troops. 400 fresh troops reinforced the third, decisive assault. Therefore, there were 2,500 British soldiers who fought that battle.