What was the deadliest battle of the civil war?
Tthe deadliest one-day battle of the Civil War was Antietam. The deadliest two-day battle was Chickamauga. The deadliest 3-day battle was Gettysburg, which also "beats" all other battles unless you consider the siege of Petersburg a "battle".
No, the deadliest battle of the Civil War was that of Gettysburg.
Do you mean battle? Anyway, the deadliest battle of the American Civil War was the Battle of Gettysburg with a total of 46,000 to 51,000 casualties in three days! The Battle of Antietam was the deadliest ONE day battle with a total of 23,000 casualties!
Gettysburg was the deadliest overall. The Battle of Chickamauga (just South of Chattanooga) was the deadliest 2 days of the Civil War. Arguably, if the battle at Chickamauga had lasted into the 3rd day, it would have surpassed the casualties at Gettysburg.
The turning point was the surrender of Vicksburg. The deadliest battle was Gettysburg.
Gettysburg. (And the deadliest 1-day battle was Antietam.)
Deadliest battle America has been involved in to date was the Battle of Meuse-Argonne in WWI (26,277 deaths) Deadliest battle on American soil was Gettysburg in US Civil War (7,863)
Look at the casualty figures for each battle. Try Wikipedia's list of Civil War battles.
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The Battle of Chickamauga was the most important defeat of the Union forces in the Western Theater. It was the second deadliest battle of the Civil War.
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 Another Answer: The deadliest battle on US Soil was Gettysburg. Other battles had more casualties or made more men unfit to fight, but Gettysburg put more in the grave.
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The American Civil War was the deadliest war. That is because every death on either side was an American
It was famous for being one of the deadliest battles in the American Civil War. It only lasted 3 days and there was an estimated total of 51,112 casualties. With that, it became the battle with the most casualties.
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Over 51,000 at Gettysburg-
We were fighting ourselves during the US Civil War (1861-1865), so that may have been the deadliest.
The Civil War WAS the war, not an individual battle.
The Civil War was one of the deadliest on record. There were about 620,000 soldiers who died while the war was being fought.
the first battle of the civil war was the Battle of Fort Sumter.
The Battle of Somme with over 1,000,000 reported casualties
The Battle of Chickamauga was the second bloodiest Battle of the Civil War.
The battle that was the most decisive of the Civil War was the battle of Antietam.
Yes, it was the last battle of the Civil War
Is it true thay new technology such as rifles railroads submarines ironclad ships and hand grenades helped to make the civil war one of the deadliest in US?
What made the Civil War one of the deadliest in American history, was everyone in it was an American.
Over 600,000 people were known to have died during the U.S. Civil War, making it the deadliest war, for Americans, in U.S. history.
Was WHAT a major battle of the Civil War?
the 3rd battle of the civil war was the battle of Shiloh April 6-7,1862
Fort Sumter then First Battle of Bull Run There are varying opinions on what qualifies as the first battle of the Civil War. Fort Sumter was the first conflict and it led to the Civil War. But the First Battle of Bull Run was the first major land battle of the Civil War.
No one really knows how many people really died in the civil war. An estimated number of people from both sides, the Confederate and the Union is about 600,000 people, which makes the Civil war one of America's deadliest wars. An estimated of 250,000 people died from the Confederate army and an estimated of 350,000 Union troops died in battle. Some troops disappeared and some others fled from battle after they got their pay checks.
since both sides fighting against each other in the civil war were American, every casualty was an American casualty, as opposed to wars where the enemy side was from another nation. That, combined with new warfare technology like the gunboat, the mortar, primitive machines guns and hand grenades, and canister shots made the civil war the deadliest war
It was the 1st battle of the Civil War
The battle of Gettysburg was the turning point in the civil war.
Antitam was the first major battle in the Civil War.
The battle the English Civil War is most remembered for is the Battle of Edgehill.
The first important war in the US Civil War was the First Battle of Bull Run, won by the South.The assault on Fort Sumter was not a battle of the US Civil War. It was an act of rebellion that led to the US Civil War.
No. The Battle of Yorktown was the defining battle of the American war for independence from Britain. The Yorktown Battle was part of the American Revolutionary War in 1781 and it was also a battle in the Civil war in 1862.
The first battle of the Civil War resulted in a win for the Confederate army. The first battle of the Civil War happened at Fort Sumter South Carolina.
Which civil war do you mean? The Battle of the Colline Gate signaled the end of the civil war that Sulla won, the Battle of Pharsalus signaled the end of the civil war that Caesar won, and the Battle of Actium signaled the end of the civil war that Octavian won.
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The American Civil War was the deadliest war in American History. About 620,000 individuals lost their lives during the Civil War. Confederate deaths were 260,000 of which 93,000 were killed in combat, while Union deaths were 360,000 of which 110,000 deaths were in combat. Disease was the major cause of death in the civil war. Out of 620,000 deaths, 417,000 were from diseases while 203,000 were killed in combat. In total deaths the American Civil… Read More
No it was not. The Battle of York Town was the last battle of The American Revolution but it wasn't the last battle of the Civil War.
the battle of antietam was the bloodiest single day battle of the civil war. hope i helped.
The two earliest battle of the Civil War was the Battle of Fort Sumter and The Battle of Bull Run.
No Shiloh was not the bloodiest battle of the American Civil War. The Battle of Gettysburg holds that distinction.
The Battle of Antietam. It took place during the Civil War. It is considered the bloodiest battle of the Civil War.
The US Civil War Battle of Carthage was an early battle in the US Civil War. It took place in Missouri on July 5, 1861. It was a minor battle won by the Confederates.
It would be fair to say that the first armed conflict that led to the US Civil War was in Charleston, South Carolina. Two reasons standout, one is that US President Lincoln had to believe it was an armed conflict, however, if he thought it was a war, he would not have called for only 75,000 volunteers to enlist for three months. Clearly he expected this rebellion to swiftly be ended and never reach the… Read More