How many Japanese solders died in world war 2?
2.12 Million Japanese soldiers died during WW2.
The trenches of World War 1 were muddy. The solders could not get clean. Many solders had infections in their penises. Jews did not. Americans circumcised all their solders to get rid of the infections caused by the filth. At that point circumcision became popular among white Americans. Since Black Solders were not used in the front lines but in supply, they were not circumcised. Circumcision is not generally practiced among Black Americans.