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Where was the Battle of Fort Donelson?


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When was the battle of fort donelson?

The Battle of Fort Donelson was fought on February 14-15, 1862.


Where wa the battle of fort donelson fought?

Tennessee's fort Henry


Who won the US Civil War Battle of Fort Donelson?

The Union won the victory against Fort Donelson


What was the first battle that was won by the union?

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What was the nickname of the battle of Fort Donelson?

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How many days did the battle of fort donelson last?

The battle of Donelson lasted for 5 days. It was fought on February 11 to 16, 1862.


What is the date for the battle of Fort Donelson?

February 12-16, 1862


What time of day did the battle of fort donelson take place?

The Battle of Fort Donelson broke out on February 14, 1862 at 3,30 PM, when the Union gunboats of Commodore Foote opened fire on the Fort's ramparts..


What were the number of casualties in the 1862 US Civil War battle at Fort Donelson?

Casualties for the Union at the Battle of Fort Donelson amounted to 2, 832. On the Confederate side, because of their surrender, the Confederates lost 16,623 soldiers.


What was the location of the battles of fort Henry and fort donelson?

Fort Henry was on the Tennessee River, and Fort Donelson was on the Cumberland.


Who won the civil war battle of fort donelson?

The Union forces as Fort Donelsson surrendered to U.S. Grant.


Why did the Battle of Shiloh turn into a battle?

Because that was where the Confederates had been able to re-group after their defeat at Fort Donelson.


What was the date of the battle of Fort Donelson?

The Union victory at Fort Donelson, headed by General Ulysses S. Grant, took place in February 1862. This battle victory came along with the capture of Fort Henry. The battles were in northwest Tennessee, and was the first major victory fro the Union.


What events at the Battle of Fort Donelson aided the Union's capture of the fort?

The loss of the Confederate Fort Donelson was due in part of the ineptness of the Rebel commanders. Their commanders divided their forces in such a manner that allowed General Grant an easier path to victory.


When did fort donelson fall?

Fort Donelson fell to the Union army February 16, 1862.


When and where was the battle of Fort Donelson fought?

The battle of Fort Donelson was fought on Feb. 14 and 15, 1862. The Confederate Commander, Gen. Buckner surrendered the following day. The battle took place in the State of Tennessee, on the western bank of the Tennessee river, about 5 kilometres north of the town of Dover.


What battle did Ulysses S. Grant win?

He captured Fort Henry on the Tennessee River and Fort Donelson on the Cumberland River.He won the battle of Shiloh, Vicksburg, and Appomattox.


What civil war words start with the letter F?

· Fredericksburg (Virginia), battle of · Fort Sumter (South Carolina), battle of · Fort Henry (Tennessee), battle of · Fort Donelson (Tennessee), battle of · Fort Macon (North Carolina), battle of · Franklin (Tennessee), battle of · Forest, General Nathan Bedford (Confederate General)


Why is the nickname of the battle of Fort Donelson?

The Battle of Fort Donelson is tied to the nickname of "Unconditional Surrender Grant", gained by general Grant, the victor of the battle. When asked by the Confederate commander, General Simon Bolivar Buckner what the surrender conditions would have been, answered: " Unconditional surrender; I'm about to move against your positions".


What were the Confederate casualties at Fort Donelson?

The Confederate casualties at Fort Donelson were: 2,000 killed or wounded, 11,000 prisoners.


What word from the US Civil War starts with the letter F?

· Fredericksburg (Virginia), battle of · Fort Sumter (South Carolina), battle of · Fort Henry (Tennessee), battle of · Fort Donelson (Tennessee), battle of · Fort Macon (North Carolina), battle of · Franklin (Tennessee), battle of · Forest, General Nathan Bedford (Confederate General)


What was the number of soldiers sent into the battle of fort donelson?

Grant's Army employed 24,531 soldiers, Confederate's 16,171.


What happened after the battle of fort donelson?

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· Felix Zollicoffer (Confederate General) · Fort Donelson (Tennessee), battle of · Fort Henry (Tennessee), battle of · Fort Macon (North Carolina), battle of · Fort Sumter (South Carolina), battle of · Forest, General Nathan Bedford (Confederate General) · Franklin (Tennessee), battle of · Fredericksburg (Virginia), battle of


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