54.23 ------- 3,000 men are believed to have died rehearsing for D-Day.
About 3000 people died on Dday.
It is estimated that around 19,000 people died in preparation for D-Day. Of these, there were 1,465 Americans that lost their lives and 500 Canadians.
for the people who died
Allied deaths were 4391
it didnt completely go as planned and many people died
Around 23,000 people (including French citizens) died on D-Day, not counting Axis Power casualties. Counting the German casualties, around 30,000 people died on D-Day. Every Allied soldier died with honor; the honor of winning World War II.
3,393 American troops died in the D-day attacks.
Figures are difficult. The military of both sides only reported "casualties" . Also many were wounded D-Day, but died later.
On both sides approximately 11,000 died on D-Day. German death figures are difficult, but over 4,400 Allied soldiers died
Approximately 10,000 men died on D-Day, about 5,000 on each side
The number of Allied casualties on D-Day is approximated at10,000, of whom 2,500 died.Here is the breakdown of the casualties:British - 2700Canadians - 946Americans - 6603