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Battle of Antietam

How many union soldiers died in the Battle of Antietam?


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


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

2,108 Union men died in battle of Antietam

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

Over 2,000 Northerners died at Antietam.

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Yes, indeed The battle of Antientam was one of the bloodiest battles of the Civil War. About 10-20 men died every minute on each side. resulting in a total slaughter for each side. About 13,450 Union soldiers died, About 23,678 Confederate soldiers died. This battle was so fierce that 3 Generals died in it. So yes the battle of Antietam was a real battle.

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

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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 was the bloodiest single day in the Civil War. 22,717 men died in the battle, 12,401 Union soldiers and 10,316 Confederate soldiers.

There were 753 reported Union soldiers killed during the Battle of Chattanooga.

2,000 NEW RESPONDENT 481 Union soldiers were killed in the Battle of Manassas.

It was a naval engagement. Few or no soldiers died.

40 Union soldiers died at the Battle of Fort Henry. NEW RESPONDENT The Union casualties in the battle of Fort Henry were: 7 dead, 27 wounded and 5 missing.

Approximately 3,000 Union Soldiers and 2,000 Confederate Soldiers.

Around 3700 killed, around 18,000 wounded or missing. 2108 union soldiers died at Gettysburg

Yes, about 23,000 people died in the Battle of Antietam

The Battle of Antietam was a battle during the Civil War. It was about 6 hours long with 23,000 casualties. About 7,000 of those died and the rest were wounded or missing.The battle of Antietam was said to be the single-most bloodiest day of the war. Thousands of lives were lost at this battle, perhaps the most of any of the battles. This battle was a Union (North) defeat.

The battle of Antietam was significant beacause it was considered the "The Bloodiest Day of the War" and also that the Union beat back the final Rebel attack on the North. About 27,000 people died altoghether.

At the Battle of Antietem (also known as the Battle of Sharpsburg), fought on September 17, 1862 near Sharpsburg, Maryland, 1,546 Confederate soldiers were killed, 7,752 were wounded, and 1,018 were captured or missing. On the Union side, 2,108 were killed, 9,540 were wounded, and 753 were captured or missing.

A total of 2,632 soldiers died as a result the Battle at Cold Harbor. Of these, 1,844 were Union soldiers and 788 were Confederate.

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

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