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The Battle of Shiloh

Summary: History event that happened in 1862--The Battle of Shiloh
The Battle of Shiloh took place on April 6, 1862 and was considered one of the most bloodiest battle during the Civil War. The time this battle took place in is now referred to as Bloody April. The battle was the union verses the confederates. With the union leader being Ulysses S. Grant, and the confederate leader being Albert S. Johnston. Neither leader knew what was in store for the days to come. This battle brought advances in military tactics, innovations in the medical field, and would change all preconceived ideas that the Civil War would be short-lived.

The Battle of Shiloh started as Grant transferred men into Tennessee and setting up camp of his 58,000 men at Pittsburg Landing. In return Johnston moved 55,000 men to Corinith to defend the Memphis and Charleston Railroad. On April 6 the confederates launch a surprise attack on the Union. But this was not the only...

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