What is the second bloodiest war in American history?
by the number of fatalities World War II
The American Civil War.
The American Civil War
yes it was the bloodiest conflict ever in America history
Cold Harbor is the bloodiest hour. Antietam War is the bloodiest day.
Antietam was the bloodiest single day of the war. It is, in fact, the single bloodiest day in American history.
it was the most bloodiest and the war where we lost the most men in American history Yes, the Civil War is the bloodiest war in American History. The most deadliest battle of the Civil War is the Battle Of Gettysburg. It took place from July 1, 1863 to July 3, 1863. Over 50,000 men died in the Battle Of Gettysburg alone.
The Civil War was remembered in history because it was the bloodiest war ever fought on organized American soil.
WW2 was the bloodiest war in history (counting civilians).
World War II was the bloodiest war in the U.S. History.
The Battle of Chickamauga was the second bloodiest Battle of the Civil War.
It was the bloodiest day of the war because Hooker's corps mounted a powerful assault on Lee's left flank that began the single bloodiest day in American military history.
the battle of gettysburg is the most bloodiest war ,though it is not the most bloodiest single day of war .The most bloodiest single day of war is the battle of antietam
We fought OURSELVES in the US Civil War (1861-1865); so it was the bloodiest. The death toll was also higher than any other war obviously because American citizens were the ones fighting.
The American Civil War
In away yes. It was the bloodiest American fought war. The bloodiest battle was the 2nd Manasas. Almost all dead were Union =)
The Battle of Stalingrad was the bloodiest battle of WWII and in all of history.
The bloodiest war in American History was the Civil War, noted as being the first industrialized war ever. It featured many items later integrated into WWI, including the gatling gun and maxim gun. Mortars, which were used around the Revolutionary War sparingly, were applied here more often. And most of all, casualties affected both sides mutually since both sides were essentially American.
Gettysburg was the bloodiest battle in the American Civil War, with about 47,000 casulties. However it is not even close to being the bloodiest battle in history. There are many other historical battle with much higher casualty rates. The bloodiest battle in History was the Battle of Stalingrad in World War II with about 2 Million casualties in total.
The bloodiest day in American history was August 6, 1945 at Hiroshima, Japan. Over 70,000 people died immediately on impact of "Little Boy", the first atom bomb. Nearly twice that number died later due to the after effects. The second bloodiest day was August 9th, 1945 at Nagasaki, Japan, where between 45,000 and 75,000 people were killed. As for American deaths, the bloodiest day was September 17, 1862 at Antietam - 3,654 deaths, over 23,000… Read More
The bloodiest battle of the American Revolution was the Battle of Bunker Hill.
The Us Civil War was the bloodiest war recorded in US history.
No Shiloh was not the bloodiest battle of the American Civil War. The Battle of Gettysburg holds that distinction.
Gettysburg. And the bloodiest single day of fighting was at Antietam.
The Meuse-Argonne Offensive. The biggest and bloodiest battle in American history.
The Civil War
Yes. Interesting: the bloodiest war in American history, was the undeclared US Civil War. The least bloodiest declared war in US history was the Spanish-American War of 1898. Ironic because the SA War re-united Americans from the effects of the American Civil War (the Civil War had divided the American people). Such event wouldn't occur again until the 1960s, a full century later in Vietnam, and again in the '90s with Operation Desert Storm (President… Read More
i don't know The American Civil War Over 618, 000 Americans died in this war. Especially the Battle of Antietam, which is the bloodiest battle in our history.
Yes world war 2 was the bloodiest war in the history of the world. Over 1 billion people died in the fighting during world war 2.
The war was between the Confederate States of America, the states that seceded from the Union, and the United States of America, otherwise known as the Confederacy and the Union. The union won the war after four years of the bloodiest war in American history.
Battle of Gettysburg
the significance of World War 2 is that it was the bloodiest conflict in human history and one of the most destructive war in history
No, it was a 3-day battle. The bloodiest single day in the Civil War (or in the nation's history) was 17 September, 1862, the battle of Antietam. As a side note, the battle of Gettysburg was the bloodiest battle, but that particular bloodbath was spread over three days, 1 - 3 July 1863.
world war 2 is the bloodiest and greatest war in history.
The battle of Chickmauga was the second bloodiest battle, with a total 34,624 casualties.
The War to End all Wars, the greatest loss in life in modern military history. World War I was the bloodiest conflict in the history of America.
No it's not.
There is no question that the three day battle of Gettysburg caused more total casualties than the one day Battle of Antietam. The casualty count varies, as one can understand that record keeping in those days of war could never be exact, and add to that the unknown number of deserters. Generally speaking, however, Union war records are more reliable concerning their own troops. Records kept in Richmond for troop casualties are not as reliable… Read More
that is very easy it is the Civil War :) and second would be World War II
The bloodiest war in the Pacific was World War II. The bloodiest battle in that war was the battle at Okinawa.
It was not a battle.............It was a war......but it was not the bloodiest but one of the bloodiest.
The bloodiest battle of the Civil War was Antietam, and the Union won the battle. It was fought in 3 phases, the cornfield, the sunken road, and the bridge.
The Battle of Shiloh Antietam Chancellorsville proved to be the single bloodiest day in American history?
The Battle of Antietam was the bloodiest single day of combat during the US Civil War. Casualties added up to over 23,000 men killed wounded, or missing.
The bloodiest single day in US history was on September 17, 1862. This was the one day Battle of Antietam in Maryland. Combined losses for Americans on both sides approached 25,000. In US history no single day in battle would match the horror of that battle.
I'm guessing you mean Antietam, there was 13,000 dead at Antietam, which was a one day battle. 620,000 died in the Civil War alone, making it the bloodiest war in American History.
yes there is... it was the bloodiest war in our history is one thing i could tell you.
Gettysburg, with combined casualties (killed, wounded and missing) over 50,000. Gettysburg lasted three days; the bloodiest single day in American history was Antietam (or Sharpsburg). Others with immense casualty tolls include Chickamauga, Spottsylvania, The Wilderness, Chancellorsville, Fredericksburg, Stones River (or Murfreesboro), Second Bull Run (or Manassass), Shiloh.
It was the bloodiest war ever fought on American soil.
Antietiem was the single bloodiest day not only in the civil war but in US military history with over 23,000 lost. However the Bloodiest two day battle was the Battle of Chickamauga with a total of 34,700. And of course the bloodiest battle of the Civil war was Gettysburg with 51,000 over 3 days -Chris.
The bloodiest battle of the Pacific War claimed more than 150000 Japanese and American casualties. It Was Battle Of Okinawa