answersLogoWhite

Top Answer
User Avatar
Wiki User
Answered
2012-05-25 07:05:54
2012-05-25 07:05:54

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.

001
๐Ÿฆƒ
0
๐Ÿคจ
0
๐Ÿ˜ฎ
0
๐Ÿ˜‚
0

User Avatar
Anonymous
Answered
2020-08-09 19:14:35
2020-08-09 19:14:35

Around 5,000,000. Sources differ between 4,440,000 and 5,318,000

001
๐Ÿฆƒ
0
๐Ÿคจ
0
๐Ÿ˜ฎ
0
๐Ÿ˜‚
0

Related Questions


You have that backwards. The Nazis killed the Jews by the millions during the holocaust. Few civilian Jews killed the Nazis. During the Polish uprising of Jews in Warsaw, the civilian Jews armed themselves and fought against the German soldiers trying to murder them.


There were 1,773,700 Germans killed in World War I. Another 4,216,058 were wounded, and 1,152,500 were missing in action or taken prisoner. 64.5 percent of their armed forces were casualties.


They were primarily armed with weapons taken from the dead and wounded.


The German soldiers were armed, the Jews were not. Moreover, the Jews had been subjected to malnourishment and persecution for a long time before they were forced on to the trains for the death camps.



You are meaning "Wehrmarkt" which was the German term for their armed forces during World War II


Magellan had soldiers, and they were well-armed, but not enough of them apparently. He was killed fighting natives in the Phillipines, and the first circumnavigation of the world continued without him.



Armed Robbery. He and his partner, Sacco, killed two men during an armed robbery. See below link:


While volunteers were always accepted, soldiers were drafted for service in the US armed forces during World War 1.


During world war 2 their was 2 big Armed Military forces, their are the Wehrmacht and the Red Army. The Wehrmacht was the Nazi German Army and it Belongs to Nazi Germany. The Red Army was a military force which belong to the Soviet Union aka USSR. The Wehrmacht had 20 million soldiers in it's disposal and they were trained to be an armed war machine. The Red Army had 5.5 million soldiers in it disposal and they were skilled soldiers in tank warfare but not in infantry warfare.



African Americans proved during the war that they were dependable soldiers


418,500 Americans and 7,343,000 Germans were killed, so the ratio is about 17.5 Germans per American. Measured in only military deaths, the numbers are 407,300 American soldiers and 5,533,000 German soldiers, or about 13.6 Germans per American. (These are only total numbers, i.e. not the number of Germans killed by Americans, and vice versa, but the total amount of Germans and Americans killed respectively in WW2.) ........ If you were to look at the War in Europe as a whole (British Commonwealth, American, and Soviet forces), the German armed forces inflicted a 2:1 kill ratio. They were outnumbered 3.5:1.



Japan had more soldiers but Germany's were better trained and armed.


Look to the related link below for additional information regarding the "Sole Survivor Policy" of the US Armed Forces .


on May 4, 1970, Ohio National Guard soldiers, armed with tear gas and rifles, fired on demonstrators without an order to do so. The soldiers killed four students and wounded at least nine others.


In 1890, hundreds of Lakota decided to stop fighting. Although they surrendered they were killed by US soldiers st Wounded Knee, South Dakota. This was the last armed resistance to US rule.


In ancient times, heavily armed foot soldiers were called heavy infantry. This term is often used to describe the soldiers in the armies of Alexander the Great.



-troops -cadets -armed forces -squad -armed forces -infantry -fighters -solidery


To keep the soldiers and armed forces out!


The soldiers rode into battle, armed with sabres.


The heavily armed mounted soldiers were called knights in English. The old term was cataphracts. The word in French was chevalier, and in German it was Ritter.



Copyright ยฉ 2020 Multiply Media, LLC. All Rights Reserved. The material on this site can not be reproduced, distributed, transmitted, cached or otherwise used, except with prior written permission of Multiply.