World War II holds a special place in the American psyche as the country's greatest triumph, and the soldiers of World War II are frequently referred to as "the greatest generation" for their sacrifices in the name of liberty. Over 16 million served (about 13% of the population), and over 400,000 were killed during the war; only the American Civil War saw more Americans killed.
Approximately 16 million Americans served in the armed forces during World War 2
Over Two Million
served in the military, worked in war plants and supported the war effort.............
16 million served 408,000 died
the answer is over TWO million!
1,300,000 or 1.3 million
a little bit over a 100,000.
There have been about Americans whom served in the US military since the revolutionary war.
World War II. Over 16 million Americans served.
Including the US Army, Navy, and Marines, about 13 million Americans served in the armed forces in World War 2. About 400,000 died. The rest survived.
4,734,991 U.S. servicemembers served in World War I.
About 480,000 Americans were deployed to Korea during the Korean War.
Over One million to date. About half the number that served in the Vietnam War.
Hispanic Americans had a presence in every battle of the European Theater during World War II. Between 250,000 to 500,000 served during the war. Approximately 25,000 Native Americans served in World War II. Most of those who left the reservations to fight the war did not return there after the war.
1.3 million served, 50,000 died
According to the National World War 2 Museum 250,000 to 500,000 Hispanic Americans served in WW2, that is out of 10,420,000. It is impossible to know the exact number because they were counted as white.
thousands of people served and died in world war two.
There were many soldiers that served in World War I from around the world. The state of Oklahoma provided 75 of these soldiers.
The number of African Americans who served during the Civil War was between 179,000 and 180,000. The Civil War lasted for a little over 4 years.
They served in the US military.