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How many horses died in World War 1?
Over 8,000,000 are believed to have died on all sides.
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8'000'000 on all sides
well over 2 million
Over 8 million died on all sides fighting in the war. Two and a half million horses were treated in veterinary hospitals with about two million being sufficiently cured that t…hey could return to duty.
United States Casualties in World War I mobilized forces 4,734,991 Killed or died1 116,516 Wounded 204,002 Prisoners or missing / Total casualties 320,518 On November 11…, 1918 the two opposing armies called the Allied Forces and the Central Powers declared an Armistice and the first world war came to a close. Never before in the history of our man has a war engulfed so large a region, or demanded the service of so many. Among the Allied forces more than 42 million soldiers were mobilized. More than five million were killed in action or died of wounds or disease related to the war. In all, between BOTH sides, 65 million men and women were called to service, more than half of them (37.5 million) either killed, wounded, captured, or missing in action. 'World War I' was a war in which many countries fought. It happened in different parts of the world. So it is called a "world" war. It lasted from 1914 to 1918. It was called The Great War or the war to end all wars. World War I was the first war in which tanks and planes were used. They also used submarines, which were underwater boats, for the first time. The war started after Archduke Ferdinand of Austria was killed by members of a Serbian terrorist group. This happened in Sarajevo. However, there are more reasons that the war started. It is very complicated. The countries of Europe were divided into two groups. They were like groups of friends who promised to help each other if one was attacked. If one country was attacked by an enemy country, their friend country had to join in the war between the two. Because of these agreements, suddenly almost all the countries in Europe became part of the Great War. There were two groups: the Allies and the Central Powers. Allies were Russia, France, Britain and later Italy and the United States. The Central Powers were Austria, Germany, Ottoman Empire. At the end of the War, Japan joined in the Allies to want to gain the German colony in China but Britain didn't thank her for this help; what happened in Asian had almost no effect to the War. There were 117,000 United Stated soldiers killed during WW1 - out of the 4,272,500 deployed. There were also 204,000 wounded - with a casulty rate of 8% for the killed/wounded combined...
1,784,937 soldiers died, 1,947,734 soldiers injured
Total number of military/civilian casualties in World War One was approximately/over 37 million
Overall, relatively few, though the psychological impact was great. Gas was generally very ineffective as a weapon (it was prone to be carried on the wind to places not origin…ally intended), and tended to cause more injuries than deaths. Overall, the three major gases used in WW1 (chlorine, phosphogene, and mustard) caused a total of about 100,000 deaths (the majority of them Russian). To give an idea of how ineffective it was, British statistics showed that of soldiers affected by gas, 3% died, 2% were crippled, 25% required longer-term care (but mostly recovered), and 70% were returned to duty within 2 months. Comparable statistics for those hit by artillery (the biggest killer of WW1): 40% dead/crippled, 10% long-term care, and 50% returned to duty.
about 120, 000
There were almost 11,016,000 deaths in WWI and 59,028,000 deaths in WWII.
Answer The WWI Japanese military death total was 415.
In World War 1
none, as black soldiers were only invented in 1921.
1 million horses in the war
In World War 2
During World War 1 (1914-1918) over 420,000 Australians served in various services and arenas; out of that approximately 60,000 lost their lives (14%) and 137,000 were wou…nded (32% of the total who served). Australian (as well as New Zealand) troops served with distinction in many famous battles during this time. Servicemen and women who served and lost their lives during the "Great War" are still honored in Australia and New Zealand on ANZAC day, which is commemorated on the 25th of April each year. See links below:
There was about 9.7 million military personnel killed in world war one.