450,900 British people died during WW2. 383,300 were Military deaths and 67,100 were civilian deaths. This was about 0.94% of the British population that was killed during WW2…. 3 Britain lost about 451,000 people (not inlcuding British colonies).383,800 were military deaths and 67,100 were civlian deaths. (MORE)
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\nI assume you mean civilian casualties?\n.
\nThe number of dead from German bombing and V weapons was about 65,000 non-military in the British …Isles for the entire war.\n.
\nMost of these died during the 'blitz' which was an intense air campaign the Germans ran from Summer 1940 to May 1941. Originally it was structured to destroy the British air force (RAF) and to disrupt shipping around Britain. Due to British attacks against German civilians, Hitler ordered the targets be changed to include British residential areas. It was here that most of the civilian casualties occurred.\n.
\nTo some extent the German attacks were tactically successful. The warehouse and port area of London was heavily damaged. Many ships were sunk in the shipping lanes. Mines were laid too and these slowed commerce greatly. The British air forces were nearly exhausted by the conflict.\n.
\nThe German switch to civilian targets gave the English space to recover and in those air battles they decimated the German attackers.\n.
\nIt is interesting to note that the English government had anticipated a much bloodier bombing campaign. They had ordered up to 2,000,000 caskets as this was the number of dead they expected as a result of German attacks. As it was only a tiny percentage of this number were killed.\n.
\nIn 1942, there was a 'mini blitz' where near suicidal German attacks were made to try and dissuade the English from their attacks on German civilians. \n.
\nThen, in early 1944, the Vengeance Weapons were launched by Germany. The first, the V1, was a small jet powered air craft without pilot. Later the V2 was used, a much larger, expensive weapon. This was the first long range rocket in human history. Both these produced many civilian casualties. (MORE)
The US detonates a uranium bomb over the Japanese city ofHiroshima, killing more than 140,000 people within months. Manymore later die from radiation-related illnesses. The US… explodes aplutonium bomb over Nagasaki. An estimated 74,000 people die by theend of 1945. Little can be done to ease the suffering of thevictims who survive the blast. (MORE)
In World War 1 (WW1) the total number of military and civilian casualties was over 37 million . There were over 16 million deaths and 20 million wounded ranking it among th…e deadliest conflicts in human history. WW1 was a global war centered in Europe that began on July 28th, 1914 and lasted until November 11th, 1918. In contrast World War 2 (WW2) was the deadliest military conflict in history. Over 60 million people were killed, which was over 2.5% of the world population at that time. WW2 was a global war that was underway by 1939 and ended in 1945. (MORE)
The numbers listed below are from a high school textbook are estimated..
Axis Powers include:.
Japan military -1,740,000 civilian - 3939,400.
Italy military -226,900 civili…an - 60,000.
Germany military-3,250,000 civilian-2,350,000.
5 Primary Allied Powers:.
United States military-405,000 civilian-68.
France military-122,000 civilian-470,000.
Britain military-305,800 civilian-60,600.
Russia military-11,000,000 civilian-6,700,000.
China military-1,400,000 civilian-8,000,000 (MORE)
Estimates vary widely, but somewhere in the range of 50 to 70 million people died in WW2. The largest numbers of dead were in the Soviet Union and China. In total, about 22 to… 25 million military people were killed and 30 - 50 million civilians died due to repression, forced relocation, death camps, etc. The total number of excess deaths may be well above these figures because the destruction was so extreme in some areas that records of civilian losses could not be kept. (MORE)
Due to the impossibility of keeping exact records during World War 2, the death toll is not exact. It is considered that between 60 to 72 million people died during World War …2 from battle injuries, world wide sicknesses, dehydration, starvation, tropical illnesses, murder, genocide (holocaust of Jews and other nationalities and people groups), killing of military prisoners and civilian prisoners and other diseases like typhus, berry berry, vitamin and mineral deficiencies and untreated infections. They did not have the computer systems we have today and many people were not registered on national census records nor did they have birth or death certificates. Thousands of people were "blown up" and there were no way to determine who had been killed in explosions. So the death told is still an estimate. (MORE)
The United States lost over 400,000 people during World War II.This was a relatively small amount compared to the millions ofpeople who died in countries like Japan, Germany, …Poland, theU.S.S.R., and China. (MORE)
The total number of deaths, including civilians was approximately 61 million people. There is no 100% accurate answer on this matter. People can argue that it is 72 million… deaths, but others will argue that it is between 50-70 million deaths total Wikipedia article "World War II Casualties" favors the 72 million. 61 million were the Allies and 11 million were Axis. Approx. 23 million dead for the Soviet Union and 11-20 million for the Chinese. These figures of course include the number of dead civilians. Germany total is approx. just under 7.4 million. Also remember people died unusually because of Hitler (MORE)
There is no exact record of how many people world wide died from sicknesses during World War 2 because it was not an age of computer records and millions were simply buried an…d never were reported to officials. There were also crooked officials who did not record a lot of the deaths. Did you know that a little more than half of the deaths in both world wars were due to worldwide epidemics of flu, starvation, exposure to the cold and extreme heat, insect bites, snake bites, infections of wounds, bites, cuts, scrapes and tropical diseases? Some of the injuries sustained did cause death but often times after the war so that added to the total count of deaths during the war time. More civilians died in World War 2 than did military personnel. (MORE)
World War III hasn't been started yet - but most sources state that approximately 55 million persons died in World War II. See the link to National Holocaust Memorial Musem We…bsite for source of information..
Estimates of the total number of death tend to vary from 50 to 70 million, but some estimates put the total dead as a direct result of WW2 as high as 78 million people, with a…s many as 52 million of those deaths coming from civilian populations. (MORE)
i don't know how many people died in ww2 at sea im doing a project for socials in my school what i have read on the internet is 30 thousand i don't believe its true consisderi…ng Hitler killed around about 30 million Jews.look on wikipedia if u rlly want 2 know. (MORE)
Operation Barbarossa (the nazi invasion of communist Russia) never made it to Moscow so no deaths from any combat. The nazis were stuck in the ferocious Russian winter without… proper supplies and were soon on the retreat after the encirclement of the 6th army at stalingrad (MORE)