How many soldiers died in World War 2?

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The main difficulties in arriving at an overall total arise from major uncertainties as to the number of Soviet soldiers killed in World War 2. The figures for military dead for the Soviet Union range from 8.8 million to 10.7 million.

See the link to the Wikipedia article, which (as accessed on 13 April 2010) gives a worldwide total of military dead ranging from about 22.6 million to about 25.5 million (and an overall worldwide range, including civilians, of 62.4 million to 78.4 million).

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there were 56,125,262 soldiers that died in the war.
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How many African-American soldiers died in World War 2?

About 1/4 of 1%. Racism was still pervasive throughout the army even though black troops had proved themselves in previous wars. It's amazing how a black man would even want to serve a country that for the most part thought him a dog. But those that did serve (and over a millions of them did) deserve high praise. For Those that was not in vein, all though it must have seemed like it back then. Some of the answers below seem like they were answered by bigots who share traces of the racism of those times. People of color need to make a big deal out of what little representation they had in that war because if they did not they would be forgotten! No Soldier, Sailor , Airmen or Marine ever should be forgotten. The 761st Tank Battalion were not just a footnote like it was stated below by some bigot. They were heroes just like all the other tankers..but even more so because they had to fight their country first to be allowed to serve. They helped Patton smash through France and Belgium and come to the aid of the 100% white 101st airborne and 82nd Airborne. They Tuskeegee airmen were some of the hand picked best young man the colored race had to offer. Highly trained and strictly disciplined they become widely known for never having one of their escorted planes shot down by another plane. The 92nd and 93rd Inf Division fought in the hell that was Italy. This theatre didn't share the glory and praise that France received and was a knock down and slugout fight. But those men were more than footnotes as well. Other less known units saw fighting as well as described below. The point I'm getting at is these men served just as well as other soldiers and had they been allowed to serve on a wider scale.. they would have. And most certainly more would have died. It's sad that it took this racist country hundreds of years to fully realise that a black man can catch a bullet just as good as a white one. Extremely SAD. ANSWER: so Total all US in WW2 = 16 Million of those 1.2 Million were Blacks-- Total dead from WW2 =310,979 of those 708 = black or . 25 % ( 1/4 of 1 % ) According to Warfare and Armed Conflicts- A Statistical Reference to Casualty and Other Figures, during World War Two 1.2 million African Americans served in the U.S. Armed Forces and 708 were killed in combat. I do not know how many Blacks soldiers died in WW II, but my father (who is Black) was a 1st Sgt and fought in France and Germany in '44 and '45, his name was Eddie W. Hill. Several of his men (Black soldiers) were killed. My uncle Fred Whitmore was in the US Marines in 44/45 and was awarded the Silver Star in the Pacific as a Black marine (which was no easy feat). You see Black men did die and excel in WW II on the ground and fought to die for their country. But its sad that people, like some of those below feel that one has to be a certain color to have died for their country. Sad and un American From my research this question does not seem answerable. I could only find out the total number of African Americans who served in WW2: one million and fifty four thousand, of which one hundred and twenty five thousand served overseas. I contacted Howard University, if they respond I will post their answer. Not many, since most were not assigned to combat units. All combat Army and Marine units were segregated until 1949 (after WWII). Many African-American losses would have been black stewards on Navy vessels that were sunk and maybe a few shot down of the "Tuskegee Airman" unit promoted by Eleanor Roosevelt as a pet project. Info published in the Portsmouth Herald on May 23, 2004, F1 page 1: 16.1 Million US Armed Services served in WWII 1 Million Black Troops served in WWII (6.2%) 292,000 US military killed in battle in WWII 114,000 Other WWII US deaths in war (accidents, illness, etc) 142,000 Black Troops killed These numbers indicate that a very large percentage of those that died in WWII were Black (35%-49% depending on how you work the numbers) Instead of believing some newspaper article that is of dubious merit, why not THINK about this for a minute. WE all know that the US military in WW2 was SEGREGATED, and the VAST majority of the blacks in uniform were LABOURERS in US Army construction battalions, who built rear area camps and roads, far from any combat action. Those men didn't ever go thru a infantry basic course, as the only thing that they would be carrying was a shovel or a pick axe. The USMC had exactly ZERO blacks in it as did the USAF, except for ONE or TWO fighter units ( with 20 pilots each ), so forget about those millions of USMC or USAF members, right ? The USN ONLY allowed blacks to serve in 3 jobs, cooks, messmen or laundry workers, so forget about any large number of blacks in the USN , either. So what do we have left? A couple of black tank destroyer units, that were a part of Patton's 3rd Army, numbering maybe 1,500 in total. There were NO black paratroops who fought in Europe or in the Pacific, and the 82nd and the 101st airborne divs were 100 percent white men, ever see a black guy in WW2 in a parachute company ? There WAS one and only one black parachute regiment in ww2, the 555 nd PIR , also know as the Triple Nickles, BUT they bever went to Europe, and spent the war fighting forest fires in the Pacific Northwest of the USA. Never fired a shot in anger. So where the hell does the guy above here come up with over 140,000 dead US black troops in WW2. It simply didn't happen, as the points that I have cited show. I have been reading WW2 history for over 40 years, and I think I have it right. ANSWER : One has to be wary of those who claim they 'read a lot of WW2 books' and think they know everything - the fact is these folks don't know details and real facts. One comment here implies that only '1500' blacks at most served in combat roles with Patton. To that let's deal with facts. The largest US combat infantry division serving in Europe was the 92nd 'Negro' Infantry Division. They fought as soldiers against the tough Nazi veterans facing them there. The 93rd 'Negro' infantry division fought in the Pacific - they were quasi-Marines and mostly relegated to clearing out bypassed Japanese positions. Blacks also had combat roles in more than a just a few segregated combat units. They were in segregated tank battalions, tank destroyer units, field artillery battalions -> all of which fought in the Battle of the Bulge and through to Germany. The 761st Black tank battalion being the most famed and well known amongst them. Anyone fully aware of ALL the black combat units serving in NW Europe knows that the idea of '1500' black combat roles is a highly underestimated guess. It should be noted that segregation barriers were being broken down by the end of 1944 due to lack of replacements available in white units in NW Europe. So gradually, white battalions were being integrated first with all-black companies, and then some white companies taking in all-black platoons. These were black soldiers who fought the Nazis into Germany. Take care to remember their sacrifice and their other fight to even get the opportunity to fight in spite of racist barriers put in their way just over 'skin colour'. By 1948, a presidential executive order removed racist segregation policies in the US forces. Also- do not forget that besides the number of segregated but crucial engineer, transport [ vital supply line of the 'Red Ball Express' participation and / 666th quartermaster truck coy. in the Arnhem Campaign on 'Hell's Highway' ], construction units [ Alaskan highway participation ] that blacks served the USA in during WW2, there were also; -Paratroopers [ 555th battalion ] used as air-dropped firefighters on the West Coast to douse forest fires made by Japanese incendiary air-balloon weapons. Created partly by Roosevelt's reform-minded wife's advice. -Navy and sub crews. -Barrage Balloon units which landed at Omaha on D-day in the first wave of assaults. [ 320th 'colored' Barrage Balloon company ] -Coast guard, Anti aircraft units -Black women served in the famous female CORPs of WW2 as well- in the WAVES, WACs, SPARs. -Forgive me if I have left other types of units out from my list. And of course my answer here does not talk of blacks serving in British and Canadian non segregated units in WW2, not the Commonwealth blacks who fought in the Battle of Britain and in the RAF, nor the 160,000 + black Commonwealth Africans fighting in the Far East - amongst which were several FIGHTING black African divisions. ANSWER: Well, I'm not sure how much truth is in the newspaper... However, it is important to note that blacks were on the front line during WWII. When the war first started, the response above is correct, they worked as mainly laborers. Yet, as the war progressed the military needed more men to take the front line and soon opened it up to both black and white soldiers. This expert same from an article I recently found in National Geographic: "Black soldiers were generally restricted from combat, but the realities of war would soon blur the lines of race. One major breakthrough came during the Battle of the Bulge, in late 1944, says Ambrose. General Dwight D. Eisenhower, faced with Hitler's advancing army on the Western Front, temporarily desegregated the army, calling for urgent assistance on the front lines. More than 2,000 black soldiers volunteered to fight. Similarly, demands in Italy called the Tuskegee Airmen to action. In 1944 they began flying with white pilots in the European theatre, successfully running bombing missions and becoming the only U.S. unit to sink a German destroyer. African-American women also fought to serve in the war effort as nurses. Despite early protests that black nurses treating white soldiers would not be appropriate, the War Department relented, and the first group of African-American nurses in the Army Nurse Corps arrived in England in 1944." I don't believe you should take what one publisher says for 100% fact, however with a little research it is fair to concur that yes black soldiers did fight on the front line, and did indeed die for this county, as well as their white peers did. Please don't forget about the men whom fought in Italy too. Also there WERE SOME Black Marines. Mostly they played transportation or support roles. But there is an account of a black unit I believe either on Saipain or Tarawa being given a chance at combat. I don't think it went well cause least 9 of them got killed. Back to the main question though. How many blacks died in WW2? The best thing to do is to look up the black unit histories and see if you can pull up a casualty list. the units most heavily involved in combat were the 761st, Tuskegee Airmen, and some artillery units that fought during the Battle of the Bulge., The 92nd and 93rd fought in the Po Valley in Italy. I'm sure that's a start at least. African-Americans saw some pretty intense combat in WW2, so the casualties has to be at least in the hundreds if not the low thousands of deaths. Plus accidents..its gotta be at least 1 or 2 thousand deaths.. minimum.. just my guess. Please note contributions of the Tuskegee Airmen; 99th, 100th, 302, 301 airborne, Benjamin O Davis, commander. These fellas flew P51 Mustangs and P-47 Thunderbolts against German Luftwaffe fighters which tried awfully hard to shoot down allied b17s, 24s, 26s over Germany. The Tuskegee Airmen flew 1578 missions with 900 plus pilots, and lost 82 (66 in combat). They were very capable pilots whose efforts to cover US bomber crews were noted by German and American aircrew vets after the war. Visit the Tuskegee website and look around. Hats off to them. My father served and was wounded in Germany during WWII. Have you people ever heard of a unit called the Red Ball Express. This transportation unit of truck driver, which was predominantly black, which was set up to supply the rapidly advancing US forces took heavy casualties. They drove many times behind German line to get the needed supplies to Patton's army to continue the war effort. As a 26 year veteran that spent 3 years in Germany, I have uncovered many facts about black soldiers that you never heard of or seen in history books or seen on videos. SAD

What happened to World War 2 soldiers who died in action?

\n Answer \n. \nGraves Registration buried the bodies in temporary cemeteries throughout the war zones. After the war was over, some were disinterred and returned home, while others rest in permanent cemetaries throughout the war zones.\nYou might like to take a look at the American Battle Monuments web site.\n. \nAfter the war, the families were asked if they wanted the bodies of their loved ones returned to the US or not.

How many American soldiers died in World War 2 and how many British soldiers died?

This is one of the Most Difficult Questions in Armed Conflicts, Casualties.Near 60 years have passed from the end of the World and that question cannot be answered property, because all the sources have different numbers. There are some 400 000 KIA in the American Toll and some 500 000 KIA in british one

How many Allied soldiers died in World War 2?

Answer . The numbers vary widely, particularly in China and the USSR, but 14 million is a good estimate for all services in all the battles in WW-II.

How many soldiers died in World War 1?

Estimates vary, but around 10 million (10,000,000) soldiers of all belligerents lost their lives in the First World War. (About another 9 million civilians died.) Several answers have been added for this question, but note that the question asks specifically about military deaths . (All figures given here are necessarily approximate since record keeping in 1918 was not as precise as now.) . The Allies, including the Americans, reported about 5.5 million soldiers killed. The Central Powers reported about 4.5 million soldiers killed, for a total military death toll of about 10 million. . When wounded and missing are added in, military casualties of all types total something over 40 million. . I read somewhere that the death toll was around 22 million men. This figure is accurate enough for total deaths, military and civilian combined. . Over 50,000 American soldiers were killed in action in World War I. The total count climbed to a little over 100,000.

How many British soldiers died in World War 2?

According to the Commonwealth War Graves Commission, 383,667 UK & Crown Colonies service personnel were killed during World War 2. Over 60 million people died in WWII and most of the people that died were mainly civilians.Even though we dont know how many people really died in the war it was either that amout or more.As we still research the war today people still wonder the amount of people that died in the war.So you can still research and try to find the amount of people that died , but no one will ever know how many people really died in WWII.

How many US soldiers died in World War 1?

United States Casualties in World War I . mobilized forces 4,734,991 Killed or died1 116,516 Wounded204,002 Prisoners or missing / Total casualties 320,518 . On November 11, 1918 the two opposing armies called the AlliedForces and the Central Powers declared an Armistice and the firstworld war came to a close. Never before in the history of our manhas a war engulfed so large a region, or demanded the service of somany. . Among the Allied forces more than 42 million soldiers weremobilized. More than five million were killed in action or died ofwounds or disease related to the war. In all, between BOTH sides,65 million men and women were called to service, more than half ofthem (37.5 million) either killed, wounded, captured, or missing inaction. . 'World War I' was a war in which many countries fought. Ithappened 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 orthe war to end all wars. . World War I was the first war in which tanks and planes wereused. They also used submarines, which were underwater boats, forthe first time. . The war started after Archduke Ferdinand of Austria was killedby members of a Serbian terrorist group. This happened in Sarajevo.However, there are more reasons that the war started. It is verycomplicated. . The countries of Europe were divided into two groups. They werelike groups of friends who promised to help each other if one wasattacked. If one country was attacked by an enemy country, theirfriend country had to join in the war between the two. Because ofthese agreements, suddenly almost all the countries in Europebecame part of the Great War. . There were two groups: the Allies and the Central Powers. Allieswere Russia, France, Britain and later Italy and the United States.The Central Powers were Austria, Germany, Ottoman Empire. At theend of the War, Japan joined in the Allies to want to gain theGerman colony in China but Britain didn't thank her for this help;what happened in Asian had almost no effect to the War. Answer . There were 117,000 United Stated soldiers killed during WW1 - outof the 4,272,500 deployed. There were also 204,000 wounded - with acasulty rate of 8% for the killed/wounded combined...

How many US soldiers died in World War 2?

WW2 started in 1939. The U.S. joined in 1941. When the war ended in 1945, roughly 416,800 American military personnel had lost their lives. dont listen to this they dont know what there talkin about ^ya, coming from someone who doesn't know the proper use of "there" As is typical, there are multiple amounts cited. According to the Oxford companion to Military History, casualties were as follows: Killed in action: 291,557 other deaths: 113,842 total dead: 405,399 Total wounded: 670,846 Total dead or wounded: 1,076,245 Missing: 30,314 Note that the Washington World war two memorial indicates 404,800 dead, so there are small discrepancies between sources. 416,877 members of the US military were killed or missing during WWII. Military dead or missing: Army 318,274 [United States Army Air Forces (88,119 number included in Army)] Navy 62,614 Marine Corps 24,551, Coast Guard 1,917, and United States Merchant Marine 9,521. US Military casualties were about 408,200 in the Second World War. This was soldiers, sailors. marines, airmen, & coast guard. in World War II, 416,800 American Troops where killed in Action

How many Japanese soldiers died in combat in World War 2?

1,555,308 from 1941-45 in the Pacific War. . Against US - 485,717 . Against UK/Netherlands - 208,026 . In China - 202,958 . Against Australia - 199,511 . French Indochina - 2,803 . Against USSR - 7,483 . Other overseas - 23,388 . Japan proper - 10,543 . Navy 1941/45 - 414,879 - Only one third of the military deaths occurred in actual combat, the majority being caused by illness and starvation.

How many German soldiers died in World War 2?

Answer . It is now almost universally accepted that the German military suffered approximately 2,800,000 dead. This includes roughly 500,000 who died as prisoners. Answer . A commonly quoted figure is about 5.5 million German military dead. 1,120,000 werchmacht soldier 400,000 red army soldiers (japan) and total including all allies and axis it was 60,000,000 deaths the most destructive human conflict in our hitory thank you call of duty waw for teaching m this lol

How many British soldiers died in World War 1?

British war dead in World War 1 (1914-1918): About 880,000 men fromthe United Kingdom, plus a further 200,000 from other countries inthe British Empire and Commonwealth. (Over 6 million Russiansoldiers died.)

How many soldiers were in World War 2?

In WW2 over 100 million military personnel were mobilised with even more serving and over 24,000,000 giving their lives. The civilian casualty's are far greater mounting up at over 49,000,000. This makes it the deadliest war in history killing up to 4% of the total human population!

How many Russian soldiers died in World War 2?

The USSR suffered well over 25 Million casualties, of whom an indeterminate number served in the Red Army, as partisans, or were civilian victims. Many of these victims were of the Jewish religion and decent which were terminated in concentration camps such as Auschwitz.

How many Christian soldiers died during World War 2?

This is impossible for us to calculate since representatives of every religion were involved - Christian, Jews, Muslim, Hindu, etc. I don't think it would be possible to separate the deaths according to religion for even one country's army let alone all the armies. The plain fact is that all wars are a tragic and awful waste of lives that damages and destroys those left behind as well.

How many Soviet Union soldiers died in World War 2?

Answer - Russian Death WW2 How many Soviet Soldiers Died in World War Two is at best an estimate. At the time, the county's leader - Stalin - put manysoldiers and citizens to death and record keeping was poor. The last estimate combined from the Red Cross, United Nations, Census ETC. estimates that about fourteen million (yes that's 14 million)soldiers died and incidentally, Russian civilian deaths totaled 14 million as well. These numbers do not include natural causes or starvation. It is also interesting to note that from 1939 to 1945 about 75 million people died as a direct or indirect result of the war, but the the global population growth slowed, by only less than one percent more than normal. The natural human death rate is staggering. Ron, Canada

How many Americans soldiers died during World War 2?

Death Toll of Americans in WWII The death toll of Americans was an estimated 406,000 soldiers dead during WWII.

How many American soldiers died in Germany after World War 2 ended?

Answer . Five died when UXO exploded at the police station in Bremen. Three civilians working for the occupation died when their house was fire-bombed. Six died as a result of hostile fire from Soviets. One was killed by a jealous husband in the American Sector Numerous soldiers died in plane crashes and accidents.

How many people and soldiers died in Croatia during World War 2?

It is estimated that 1.5 million people died as result of fighting in Croatia, Bosnia and Hercegovina, Montenegro, Macedonia, Serbia and Slovenia (constinutent states of former Yugoslavia) during World War II. Most of the fighting took place in Bosnia and Hercegovina, but approximately 1/3 to 1/2 of that number was made up of ethnically Croat people. This is a result of the percentage of civilians being ethinically Croat in areas where most figthing took place and as a result of ethnically Croat people, along with Bosnian Muslims and Serbs, being among largest communities to join a communist-led guerrilla movement against the occupying Axis and their allies which also included Croats, Bosnian Muslims and Serbs. Regular army units of the pro-Axis Croat regime tended to surrender and switch sides en masse to the communist-led guerrilla units in Bosnia, increasing the number of Croats in the guerrilla movement, especially, after Italy surrendered in 1943 and German defeats in Russia made it clear that Germany would lose the war. Although Serbs comprised a plurality of people living in the region, Croats were overrepresented among the civilians and military deaths until Serbs outside Bosnia sided with the communist-led guerrilla movement and fighting spread to Serbia with the advance of the Soviet army into Serbia in 1944. Many Serbian military dead occurred in 1945, probably needlessly, as the communist-led guerillas began operating as a standing army against German units in which they gave up their advantage by fighting conventionally in cities and open plains against retreating veteran German units.

How many soldiers died in World War One?

Deaths in a war can be calculated in many ways. Usually the figures represent the deaths of soldiers on active duty, civilians killed by direct military action and similar - but ignore deaths from wounds at a later time, deaths from general privation, deaths from disease and similar. The total number of casualties (killed and wounded) in World War I, both military and civilian, is generally estimated to be about 37 million: 16 million deaths and 21 million wounded. The deaths include 9.7 million military personnel and about 6.8 million civilians. Allied losses were 5.7 million soldiers and the Central Powers about 4 million.

What were names of Japanese soldiers who dies in World War 2?

fujimoto . Fujimoto Daniel Yakuma . Hi,. I have the name of a Japanese soldier and the Division he was in. Is it possible to get any further information about him?

How many American soldiers died in Germany only during World War 2?

here at wiki wiki's high payed reseachers we do not have the annswer we are to busy to care!!

How many Welsh soldiers died in World War 2?

Welsh soldiers, by all accounts, are grouped in with other UKsoldiers. The UK lost 326,000 military personnel and 62,000civilians during the war.

How many Romanian soldiers died in World War 2?

some 200,000 in total died but 20,000 died in Stalingrad and some 30,000 got killed by Yugoslavian soldiers. but the rest got killed in the battle of Romania when the soviets cut thew the Romania killing thousands to get to Yugoslavia. but im not sure if im right i know alot about ww2 but i don't know much about the Romanians during world war 2

How many soldiers and civilians died during World War 2?

Around 24 Million Soldiers died during World War 2 and around 47 Million Civilians died during World War 2. 12 Million out of 47 Million Civilians were victims of the Holocaust apart from Soviet and other Allied POW's.

How many Italian soldiers died in World War 1?

around 651,000 in addition to another 953,886 wounded, and about 589,000 civilians dead. that makes them have the third highest allied casualties

How many Russian soldiers died during World War I?

During world war 1, many of the Russian soldiers lost their lives. It has been found that out of all the Russian soldiers, 1,700,000 men died due to the cruelty and powerful consequences of the war.

Who was an American woman soldier who died in world war 2?

As far as I know there weren't any. The Russians had women in combat roles, but I do not think the US did. Sorry, there were women in the US military, but not in combat roles is what I was trying to say....

How many SS soldiers died in World War 2?

The true total of casualties amongst the Waffen-SS will probably never be known, but one estimate indicates that they suffered 180,000 dead, 400,000 wounded and 40,000 missing. [115] World War II casualties indicates that the Waffen-SS suffered 314,000 killed and missing, or 34.9%. By comparison the United States Army suffered 318,274 killed and missing, or 2.8%

How many Jews and soldiers died in World War 2?

Around 6.2 Million Jews and about 25 Million were killed duringWW2,so that's about 32 Million in total.

How many soldiers died in World War 2 in Italy?

This information comes from Wikipedia under the heading of World War 2 **Population**Military Deaths **Civilian Deaths**Jewish deaths**Total Deaths . Italy . 44,394,000. 301,400** . 145,100**. 8,000**. 454,500.

How many US soldiers died in Italy in World War 2?

There are records of 320,000 Allied Forces casualties but there does not seem to be a record of just the US casualties in the Italian Campaign. You could check with the Department of Defense or perhaps the National Archives or the State Department web sites. Sorry I could not get you an exact number. Actually, according to Clayton Laurie, author of World War Two on the Italian Front , the U.S fifth army lost 123,254 men in Italy.

How many soldiers and citizens died in world war 2?

According to the relevant article in Wikipedia, some 72,769,690 people died in World War 2. Detailed information can be found in the related link below.

How many japaneese soldiers died in World War 2?

Japan saw 2,120, 000 soldiers die in World War II. However, theylost another million people due to war related diseases, etc.

How many soldiers died during war world 2?

Around 25 Million soldiers died during WW2. Most of them were fromthe allies due to the Soviets looing around 10 million soldiers.

How many American soldiers died in world war 2 and Vietnam combined?

one google search plus another google search, idiot. wiki says: 416,800 + 58,209... if you trust our government for accurate numbers, and if you trust wiki. learn to internet.

Total no soldiers died in world war 2?

what are you talking about how can you say that no soldier's died in world war to it is to be approximate that 3900 people gave their lives not only soldier's were included in that. . but again how could you ever say that there was no soldier's dead from this war yous are all idiots lol . I think what he means by '' is Number... Total number soldiers died in world war 2? . Oh, it was way more than 3900. it was just under 60 million people. 60 MILLION! Um, try OVER 60mil and that's still unconfirmed. Estimates are up in the 70 millions.

How many Indian soldiers died in world war 2?

Though, there's a varying estimate of Indian soldiers killed during World War 2, but official estimate is 36000 soldiers, mostly killed in Europe, Northern Africa against German Forces and in Burma against Japanese Army.

About how many soldiers died during World War 2?

About 25.4 Million Military Deaths occurred during World War 2, This is about 34-35% of the Total deaths which occurred during World War 2.

How many american soldier died in world war 2?

In World War II 418,500 Americans died. in the united states approximately 292,000 soldiers Over 400,000 US Servicemen were killed in WW2. 400,400 416,800 US military casualties .

How many Korean soldiers died during world war 2?

Korea was a Japanese Colony during World War 2. There is o recorded Military deaths of any Korean Soldier but 450,000 Civilians were killed during World War 2.

How many air force soldiers died in World War 2?

Technically none. There was no Air Force it was a branch of the Army referred to as The Army Air Corp at the time.

How many soldiers did russia have and how many died during world war 2?

The peak strength was about 25 Million and around 11 million died.That is a loss off about 45%.

How many soldiers died during world war 2 all over the world?

Around 25 Million soldiers were killed during WW2. his was about1.25% of the global population. Vst majoirty of those deaths wereallied soldiers.

How many Japanese soldiers died in World War 2 as a total?

It is estimated 2 million Japanese warriors died in World War 2. They did not have exact records in those days.

How many soldiers died of sickness in World War 1?

a large number of people died of sickness in WW1, there is no exact answer to this question

How many American soldiers who died during World War 2 were from Maine?

In 1529, a measles outbreak in Cuba killed two-thirds of the natives who had ... Around 200000 Spanish troops outnumbered the much smaller rebel army which ... The U.S. battleship Maine arrived in Havana on 25 January 1898 to offer .... Cuban armed forces were not greatly involved in combat during World War II ,

How many soldiers died by gas in World War 1?

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 originally 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.

How many soldiers died and injured in World War 1?

no budy knows how many died but there was a lot that died in that war

How many Mississippi soldiers died in world war 2?

The actual number recorded in the Mississipi WW II death records are the following: 601 dead in combat 22 dead in prison camps total dead: 623 But -- there were another 993 wounded, missing and released prisoners.

How many Australian and New Zealand soldiers died in world war 1 and 2?

40,000 Allied shinobi forces died during the 4th great shinobi war, 50,000 Zetsu clones empower with the first hokages wood style also died during the 4th great shinobi war. Tobi is currently fighting agaisnt Naruto, Killer Bee, Kakashi and Might Guy while using his 6 paths of Tobi. Also Itatchi and Saskue are fighting Kabuto in sage mode while he reminisces on his past. This is an accurate answer and I have studied many sources to get you this answer.