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How many union soldiers fought in the Battle of Antietam?

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

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


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


Both Antietam and Gettysburg were fought in Union states, in the East; Perryville in the West.


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The Battle of Antietam was fought on land between Sharpsburg Maryland and the Antietam Creek on September 17th, 1862. The Union won this battle.


You're probably thinking of Sharpsburg. The Union referred to it as the Battle of Antietam (after Antietam Creek) while the Confederacy referred to it as the Battle of Sharpsburg.


He drove the Union soldiers out of Northern Virginia.



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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.


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


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


2,108 Union men died in battle of Antietam


The Battle of Antietam near Sharpsburg, Maryland and the Battle of Gettysburg in Pennsylvania.


The Battle of Antietam. where 10,000 Confederate and 12.000 Union soldiers were killed or wounded


Gettysburg was the only battle fought in Pennsylvania. And Antietam (Sharpsburg) was the only significant battle fought in Maryland. Every other battle of any consquence was in Southern territory.


The Battle of Antietam was the most casualty heavy day in American history. It was fought on Union soil and Confederate troops ultimately withdrew from battle, meaning that no area was captured.


The battle of Antietam' 10,000 Confederate and 12,000 Union soldiers were killed or wounded


The Battle of Gettysburg was fought in Gettysburg, Pennsylvania and the Battle of Antietam was fought in Sharpsburg, Maryland. Both were Union Victories, but some places will tell you otherwise


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