half a million
Most of the Canadians that died overseas remain there. Only two military cemeteries exist in the country. There were 42,789 Canadians that died during the war and all but a few thousand remain there.
Around 619,000 Canadian Soldiers fought along side the allies in WW1.
About 534,617 soldiers survived world war I. 595,000 soldiers served and 60,383 were dead.
About 45,300. About 1,081,865 Canadian solders actually fought in the war.
i belive it was 60,000 Canadians
Before the year 1867, the British provided defence for Canada. Canadian soldiers were involved in many of the large well known wars such World Wars I & II.
Durind ww2, 1,100,000 Canadians had sereved in the armed forces, of these fewer than 100,000 were conscripted, of which only 13,000 were sent overseas. All of the 92,000 Canadian soldiers who served in Italy, were volunteers.
15,564 Canadian soldiers died at Passchendale along with 15,000 other combatants.
Many soldiers were sent over to help fight. Also many weapons were sent over for the soldiers to use. The Canadian military forces did a lot more then you can imagine.
an estimated 500 plus soldiers
Approximately 1,500 Canadian soldiers died in the War of 1812. Some of the soldiers died in action while most of the died from disease.
An undisclosed number of Canadian soldiers are currently in Afghanistan; however, roughly 950 soldiers are deployed there as part of International Security Assistance Force.
Canadian Armed Forces during WW 2 reached 1.1 million and there were thousands more in service with the British RAF.
97,988 people were injured like a duck getting shot in the webs of his feet.
120,000 New Zealanders enlisted during World War I of which 103,000 served overseas ( this figure includes approximately 550 nurses).