Shiloh National Cemetery sits within the battlefield of Shiloh National Military Park in southern Tennessee. It lies along the Tennessee River at Pittsburg Landing which was the crossing point for the Union Army during the battle. It is a quiet and scenic memorial that was once a spot filled with rage. The cemetery stands as a reminder of not only what happened there on April 6 and 7 of 1862, but also what happened along the Tennessee River. The cemetery was established to bury Union dead, but now is a resting place of several soldiers from many American conflicts. The picture above is looking out of the cemetery toward the battlefield. Two flags fly above the cemetery, the POW flag and the flag of the United States as memorial to all the fallen.