How many German deaths resulted from the Battle of Stalingrad?
Around 650,000 German Troops died during the Battle of Stalingrad.
In total 1.85 Million People died during the Battle of Stalingrad, 1.250,000 being the Soviet Deaths and 600,000 being Axis Deaths. This does include the death of the German 6th Army (300,000 deaths).
The German Casualties in the Battle of Stalingrad are: 650,000 Deaths 91,000 Captured 36,500 Wounded 900 Aircraft Lost or Destroyed 1,500 Tanks Lost or Destroyed 6,000 Artillery Pieces Lost or Destroyed
The Battle of Stalingrad was the bloodiest battle in human history. And the Russian civilians were ordered to attack the Germans with anything they had (lots with bricks from fallen buildings). The battle was pretty much basic, charge the Germans with anything you had. Sadly this resulted in a tremendous 2 million deaths.
The Battle of Stalingrad. Casualties: German 841,000; Soviet Union 1,130,000 Total: 1,971,000 deaths accounted for. that would be by CASUALTIES, though, not by technical "blood" if you want a battle with swords and shields like in 300.
Nearly two million deaths .
The Battle of Stalingrad during the Second World War cost the lives of about 2 million people . This was the costliest battle in human history . Below is a relevant link to the battle of Stalingrad .
Around two and a half million people dead
Some of the major victories for the Allies were: The Battle of Britain, which took place in Great Britain, where Luttwaffe bombed British airports, radar, powerplants, etc. Battle of Stalingrad, which took place in Volgograd, formerly known as Stalingrad. The Soviet Scorched Earch strategy took its toll on the German invaders. The battle alone resulted more Russian deaths than the USA suffered in the entire war. Stalingrad was Nazi Germany's furthest expansion. The Battle of… Read More
About 70,000 died during the Battle of the Bulge. 20,000 were allied deaths and about 50,000 were German deaths.
Of the estimated 618,000 military deaths, only about 205,000 resulted from battle wounds.
Infection. Before the development and introduction of antibiotics in WW2 the vast majority of battle deaths resulted from uncontrolled infection.
Major General Heinrich Amsel from Call of Duty: World at War is a fictional German military leader who, in the game, is responsible for the deaths of many Russians in the Battle of Stalingrad.
The Battle of Germantown, PA took place on October 4, 1777 and resulted in a British victory. About 1,000 people on both sides were injured with about 200 deaths.
The British had more than 55,000 casualties, and German casualties are estimated at 45,000.
A battle fought between Amalgamated Association of Iron and Steel Union workers and guards over a wage cut resulted in several deaths and was known as the?
The Battle of Manila ended and Philippines gained independence from the Japanese after 3 years of war. The battle resulted in 1,010 American and Fillipino deaths and over 12,000 Japanese as well as over 100,000 Fillipino civilian deaths mainly caused by the 'Manila Massacre'
The official numbers were: Total German Population in WWII: 69,623,000 Total German Military Deaths: 5,533,000 Total German Non-Holocaust Civilian Deaths: 1,540,000 Total German Holocaust Deaths: 160,000 Total German Overall Deaths: 7,233,000 Total Percent German Deaths: 10.38%
83 deaths and 1,897 injuries
Yes. There have been hundreds of tornadoes that have resulted in deaths.
The Battle of the Bulge was an offensive struck by the Germans against the Allied Forces. It resulted in hundreds of thousands of deaths on both sides and the Germans had to retreat back to the Seigfried Line. They exhausted their supplies, troops, and decimated their air force by commencing with this offensive. Basically, it came down to "nobody achieved much of anything, except wiping out a lot of people and German armament." It was… Read More
The Battle of Wounded Knee was the last significant engagement between American Indians and the US military. It was very one-sided and resulted in the deaths of over 300 Indian men, women, and children.
There were over 3000 Allied Forces casualties (deaths) in the Battle of Bastogne. I could not find a number of the German deaths. It could be they don't even know how many Germans and Axis Forces troops died in that battle.
These are very rough estimates. Union battle deaths: 110,070 Confederate battle deaths: 94,000 Bear in mind, these are battle deaths, not total deaths.
In total, there was 148,000 Military deaths. 75,000 Allied and 73,000 German Soldiers died in the Battle of Berlin during World War 2.
The Germans in Stalingrad Estimated 750,000 were killed, missing or wounded 91,000 were captured at the end of the battle Aircraft: 900 (along with other transport planes) Luftwaffe was creamed. Tank/artillery losses same as the Soviet losses of tanks and artillery Total: 841,000 casualties The Russians in Stalingrad 478,741 killed or missing 650,878 wounded and sick 40,000 civilians dead 4,341 tanks 15,728 guns and mortars 2,769 combat aircraft but their air force was not demolished… Read More
It is estimated that 1.6 million deaths resulted from TB in 2005
In 2015, it resulted in 2,100 deaths, down from 8,000 deaths in 1990.
In 2015, it resulted in 2,100 deaths, down from 8,000 deaths in 1990.
For the US, 10,276, plus 47, 493 wounded and 23,218 missing or known captured. Total casualties then were 80, 897. The British also had some casualties but only a few thousand of all categories at the most. German casualties are unknown for certain. Estimates of losses (total of killed, wounded and missing) run from the lowest German estimate of 81,834 to the highest American estimate of 103,900. Undoubtedly there were some civilian deaths as well… Read More
The German battleship Bismarck was named for Chancellor Otto von Bismarck. It caused the deaths of thousands in its three days of battle before sinking.
A battle fought between Amalgamated Association of Iron and Steel Union workers and guards over a wage cut resulted in several deaths and was known as the what?
In the summer of 1892, an industrial lockout and strike known as The Homestead Strike resulted in a battle between individuals on strike and private security agents. In all, 12 people were killed and 23 were wounded.
resulted in many civilian deaths.
There were nearly 30,000 deaths in the battle of Bull Run.
Hurricane Charley resulted in 15 direct deaths and 20 indirect deaths.
It's estimated that over 27,000 deaths resulted from rock climbing is 2010
There were two battle's of Bull Run (Manassas in the south) The first in 1861 resulted in the deaths of 460 Union soldiers and 387 Confederates. The second battle in 1862 caused 1747 Union deaths and 1553 Confederates. These numbers strictly represent the confirmed kills during the battle. Casualties, which counts those killed, wounded, captured, or missing, number over ten thousand for both sides in the 2nd Battle of Bull Run.
Over 5 million
They ate the sun god's cattle
There were 240 deaths in the monitor vs. merrimack battle.
The Gracchus brothers were the ones who proposed this type of land reform. Needless to say the proposal was not embraced by the wealthy and actually resulted in the deaths of both brothers. The Gracchus brothers were the ones who proposed this type of land reform. Needless to say the proposal was not embraced by the wealthy and actually resulted in the deaths of both brothers. The Gracchus brothers were the ones who proposed this… Read More
Approximately 2,000 battle deaths; over 20,000 deaths when combined with NON-battle deaths.
Apart from causing hundreds of thousanmds of deaths on both sides it failed to acheive its objectice of closing the Dardenelles to German shipping.
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The sinking resulted in the deaths of 1,517 people
They are estimated because they have so little soldiers and not as many union soldiers.
Joseph Stalin, during his regime as Premier of the Soviet Union, engaged the Soviet Union in World War II against Nazi Germany. Throughout the war, the Soviets were forced to fight the best and brightest German soldiers and officers with the most advanced weaponry in the German Army and Air Force while they themselves had ammunition shortages, outdated technology, and bad morale. The Soviets pushed the Germans back to Berlin and ultimately won their part… Read More
The catastrophic storm resulted in millions of injuries and deaths.
The forced relocation of Cherokees from Georgia to Oklahoma resulted in the deaths of thousands on the?
trail of tears
increased trade and hundred year war
The bombing raid on Hamburg on September 24, 1943 resulted in an estimated 15,000 deaths; the raid on September 28, 1943 resulted in an estimated 30,000 deaths. See the link below for more information on the bombing of Hamburg.