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Did more soldiers from the Central Powers or the Allies die in World War 1?


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2008-01-15 17:41:27
2008-01-15 17:41:27

more allies died in ww1. i am not exactly sure why. there is a breakdown of casualties on wikipedia.

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The Allies suffered 6,657,950 more casualties than the Central Powers in World War I. Including killed, wounded, and missing. The Allies lost 22,062,427 soldiers while the Central Powers lost 15,404,477 soldiers.

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the allies and central powers.

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A map of allies and central powers can be found, by clicking on the related link, which is provided below.

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there are actually Quite a lot of countries involved in ww1 Great britain (Allies America (Allies, joined in april, 1917) Germany (Central powers) France (Allies) Russia (Allies, left in February 1917 due to Russian Revolution) Turkey (Central powers) Italy (Allies) Romania (Allies) Serbia (Allies Greece (Allies) Austria-Hungary (Central powers) Bosnia (Central powers) Bulgaria (Central powers) British Empire (Allies) Belgium (Allies) Portugal (Allies) hope this helps you :-)

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The Central Powers lost to the Allies.


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