Second Battle Bull Run: Overview

SECOND BATTLE OF BULL RUN (august 28-30 1862 CONFED)

Two of the biggest confederate commanders, Robert E. Lee and Stonewall Jackson were involved in this victorious bloodshed. This battle occurred in Manassas, Virginia and resulted in 22,180 casualties of which 13,830 were union soldiers.

When?
August 28-30, 1862

Where?
Prince William County, Virginia (Northwest Virginia – Maryland border)

Who won the Second Battle of Bull Run Overview?
The Confederates won the Second Battle of Bull Run.

What Happened?
Two of the biggest confederate commanders, Robert E. Lee and Stonewall Jackson were involved in this victorious bloodshed.

Why is this important?
This was one of the biggest victories for the South.

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