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How many union died in battle of Antietam?


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2012-03-18 13:45:03
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2,108 Union men died in battle of Antietam

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2,108 Union soldiers died in the Battle of Antietam.

Over 2,000 Northerners died at Antietam.

650,000 men fought for the union in the battle of Antietam.

26,134 people died at the battle of Antietam. About 13,700 of the total casualties were Confederates and about 12,400 death were of the Union. This battle was the bloodiest day in American history. The battle of Antietam took place on September 17, 1862.

The Battle of Antietam took place on September 17, 1862. Losses on the Union side equaled 2,108 dead and 753 captured or missing.

The Union lost 12,000 killed, wounded, or captured at the Battle of Antietam.

The Confederacy lost over 1,500 men killed at the battle of Antietam.

{| |- | The Union had 2108 soldiers killed. The Confederate forces lost 1,548 dead. Though the Union had almost twice as many troops in the Battle, but suffered more casualties. |}

On the Union side were killed 2,108 soldiers. On the Confederate side were killed 2,700 soldiers.

The Union Army of the Potomac had approximately 87,000 soldiers of all arms at the Battle of Antietam. Source: Civil War Battles, Johnson and McLaughlin

12,401 for the Union. 10,318 for the Confederacy.

The Union army suffered over 2,100 combat deaths at 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

481 Union soldiers died at the Battle of First Manassas.

There were many battles fought on Union soil. There was Gettysburg in Pennsylvania, Antietam /Sharpsburg fought in Maryland, and there was another Civil War battle fought in Vermont.

About 4,500 men died for the Union side in the battle of Chancellorsville.

2,246 Union soldiers died in that battle. The Confederates lost 1,495 soldiers.

The US Civil War Battle of Antietam was the bloodiest day in US military history. The battle took place on September 17, 1862. Casualties totaled approximately 23,000 troops. The Confederates had about 10,700 casualties and the Union had 12,410.The battle itself was a technical draw in strictly military terms. The victory was given to the Union in that the Confederates were forced to withdraw back to Virginia.

Lee's army at the time of this battle was around 45-50,000. McClellan's Union army numbered around 95000.

After many defeats on the eastern front, the stalemate at Antietam was a major morale boast for the Union. The battle also prevented European nations from supporting the Confederacy. Additionally, the stalemate gave Abraham Lincoln an opportunity to present the Emancipation Proclamation without seeming desperate.

The battle of Antietam was a very bloody battle in the civil war. The confederates started out with 30,000 troops and the union had 56,000 troops. When the battle started it was very bloody. Every minute 10-20 soldiers died from each side because of cannon fire and the mass forces of men. Union deaths: 22,320 Confederate deaths: 19,865

The Union suffered over 2,100 killed, over 9,500 wounded and over 700 captured men on September 17, 1862 at the Battle of Antietam.

The Union fielded about 75,500 whereas the Confederates had around 38,000 ; see relevant link to further information regarding the battle .

There were over 23,000 men killed, wounded, or missing after the end of the Battle of Antietam.

The South had 45,000 men fielded at Antietam.

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