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2012-12-08 20:53:31
2012-12-08 20:53:31

There was 39,800 Australian military deaths and 700 civilian deaths.


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Approximately 8500 Australian troops died at Gallipoli in 1915.

It's to be said that about 416,800 US troops died in WW2.

Many of the New Zealand and Australian soldiers of World War I were station in the Middle East and Turkey. A great number of ANZAC troops were killed at the battles around Gallipoli in Turkey.

About 61,928 Australian soldiers died during World War I.

891,000 died in world war two

On the day now commemorated as ANZAC Day - 25 April 1915 - over 2700 New Zealand troops, and over 8,500 Australian troops died.

Australia had 7,594 killed. New Zealand had 2,701 killed.

There was no "ANZAC war". ANZAC refers to the Australian and New Zealand Army Corps who were killed during the campaign at Gallipoli. There were over 8500 Australian troops who died in this campaign.

39.800 Australian Soldiers were killed during WW2.

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I believe somewhere in the upper 300,000 range.The estimated number of American troops who died in the World War 2 is 418,500.

There where 416,809 men enlisted, of which over 60,000 were killed and 156,000 wounded, gassed, or taken prisoner.

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just over 60 000 Australian soldiers died in WW1

Around six million of which about 700,000 died.

This is really a hard question, but I can answer this. There were more than 200 Australians troops who survived but had some body parts missing. That's all I can say.

The amount of British Save troops that died or were injured were 60,000 all together by the end of the war 420,000 British troops were killed in WW1.

12,000 allied troops died that day.

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