Battle of Pittsburgh Landing
The Battle of Shiloh
- 1,754 killed
- 8,408 wounded
- 1,728 killed
- 8,012 wounded
April 6, 1862 40,000 confederate soldiers, under the command of general Albert Sidney Johnston poured out of the nearby woods and stuck a line of Union soldiers occupying ground near Pittsburgh Landing near the Tennessee River.
- Ulysses S. Grant: Lead Commander
- Don Carlos Buell: Major
- Albert Sidney Johnston: Lead Commander
- P.G.T Beauregard: General
Battle of Shiloh was the first battle of the Civil War that had a large death scale and major suffering. It was one of the bloodiest wars in the Civil War which the Union won.