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Concerning the US Civil War Battle of Gettysburg, between 46,000 and 51,000 Americans were casualties in the three-day battle. This includes soldiers killed, wounded, and captured or missing. It's safe to assume some of the men who were missing could have died and not found. The Union: 3,155 men killed The Confederacy: 4,708 killed If you are considering "casualties" to only be those men who died on the battlefield, the total would be 7,863.

Various sources provide varying numbers of losses. Some go into great detail of breaking down the killed, wounded, captured and MIA's. Basically the above figure on 46-51 casualties is accurate enough.

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How many casualties were there combined in the Battle of Gettysburg?

Around 53,000.


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