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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:
1,784,937 soldiers died, 1,947,734 soldiers injured
1 million horses in the war
8'000'000 on all sides
Total number of military/civilian casualties in World War One was approximately/over 37 million
nobody knows exactly how many died but roughly about 90946 horses died
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.
There was about 9.7 million military personnel killed in world war one.
none, as black soldiers were only invented in 1921.
78 British Generals died and 146 were wounded.