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Exposed to a galling fire in front and on both flanks, the regiments commander ordered his men to Face to the rear and charge cavalry. What was left of the 11th Illinois bravely shot, slashed, and clubbed its way through Forrests troopers to safety. Most of the regiments casualties that day (330 out of 500 engaged) occurred here. Sixty-two enlisted men of the regiment killed resisting the Confederate onslaught are buried in a special section of Fort Donelson National Cemetery
February 15th, 1862 mid-morning