there are no figures for how many Americans killed in France specifically, but the number of American deaths in total are about 405,000.
There were 418,500 American military and civilian deaths as a result of combat and repression during World War II.
First off, there was no South Korea during world war 1. Korea as a whole was neutral and was not involved in world war 1.
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.
The families of those killed in the war suffered the most.
If you mean Pearl Harbor, 2,403 Americans were killed and 1,178 others were wounded.
Jewish Americans were not treated any different during World War I.
1,700 US Civilians were killed during World War 2.
Yes. During that time Korea was under Japan's control and was part of the Imperial Japan.
Around 40,000 Scottish Soldiers were killed during World War 2.
The people who came from Europe to the New World. They killed the Native Americans with their foreign diseases and their random slayings. They also forced the Native Americans off of their land and that starved them.
11,900 New Zeland Soldiers were killed during World War 2.
2.12 Million Japanese Military were reported to be killed during World War 2.
5.53 Million German Soldiers were reportedly to be killed during World War 2.
383,800 British Military Soldiers were reported to be killed during World War 2.
Approximately 416,800 soldiers were killed in WWII. In addition, 1,700 people died due to repression.
The Mexican Americans contribute during world war 2 because of a program called Bracero and that's how they contribute during world war 2.
Over 400,000 US servicemen were killed in WW2.
22,256,500 German Soldiers were killed during world war 2. 2,778,000 Waffen SS Soldiers were killed during world war 2. So atleast 25 million Soldiers of Nazi Germany were killed during world war 2.
over a million men were killed in world war two
Around 17 million people were killed in World War I.