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    Union generals Lew Wallace, W.H.L. Wallace, and Benjamin Prentiss were all killed or captured during the battle. Lew Wallace was neither killed nor captured at the Battle of Shiloh.

    While the Battle of Antietam is still the single-bloodiest day in American military history, the two-day Battle of Shiloh produced slightly more casualties.  There were 23,100 dead, wounded, captured, and missing at Antietam.  Shiloh produced 23,746 casualties.

  • Sorry, that's incorrect
    Answer:

    Union generals Lew Wallace, W.H.L. Wallace, and Benjamin Prentiss were all killed or captured during the battle. Lew Wallace was neither killed nor captured at the Battle of Shiloh.

    While the Battle of Antietam is still the single-bloodiest day in American military history, the two-day Battle of Shiloh produced slightly more casualties.  There were 23,100 dead, wounded, captured, and missing at Antietam.  Shiloh produced 23,746 casualties.

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