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Over 425,000 Allied and German troops were killed, wounded or went missing during the Battle of Normandy. This means over 209,000 Allied casualties, with nearly 37,000 dead ground forces and a further 16,714 deaths in the Allied air forces. Of the Allied casualties, 83,045 were from 21st soldier Group (British, Canadian and Polish ground forces), 125,847 from the US ground forces. The losses of the Axis troops during the Battle of Normandy can only be estimated, about 200,000 German troops were killed or wounded. The Allies also captured 200,000 prisoners of war (not included in the 425,000 total, above). During the fighting around the Falaise Pocket by itself, the Germans suffered losses of around 90,000, including prisoners.
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at least 2300 well that is the rounded estimation i am doing A report about it right now and i ran across this question but the real number is 22717 killed , wounded, captured…, or missing
Around 1.9 Million People died during the Battle of Stalingrad 650,000 being Axis Casualties and 1.25 Million being Soviet Troops.
A lot of people died in the Battle of Normandy But no one knows how many did not die in the battle. The world may never know!
"Casualties" refers to all losses suffered by the armed forces. Total Allied casualties on D-Day are estimated at 10,000, including 2500 dead. The total German casualties on D…-Day are not known, but are estimated as being between 4000 and 9000 men.
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Americans- 21 died and 56 were injured French-52 dead and 134 injured British- 226 dead and injured
There were 8-10 Texans killed and about a dozen wounded, while 5 Mexicans were killed and 15 wounded.
Well nearly 15 thousand people died at the Battle of Pensacola
Nearly 1,000 people on the Canadian side died ---------------------------- It was a brutal battle. Of the more than 6,000 troops, 5,000 were Canadian. We… suffered huge losses, 907 killed, 1,947 taken prisoner. We lost more planes than any other day in the war. Total killed were about 1,800 including German losses. The only up side was that the Germans were able to kill so many of us, so easily they did not believe we would ever try something like that again. That made it easier when we landed at Juno on D-Day.
Per the D-Day Museum in Portsmouth England (http://www.ddaymuseum.co.uk/), 946 Canadians died during operation Overlord.
14 o by the way im 11 i know almost everything about wars
In World War 2
The United States, Britain, and Canada all helped. And Germany deffended.
over 9000 person died in the battle of fulford