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The Vietnam government claimed that about 400,000 Vietnamese were killed by America in Vietnam.

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2 million vietnamese civilians were killed 1,850,000 Vietcong soldiers were killed 1,087,000 South Vietnam soldiers were killed So a total of sbout 5 million Vietnamese soldiers and civilians were killed during the Vietnam war

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Roughly a million Vietnamese were killed in the war.

North Vietnam always killed to civilans people that why.

Historians estimate, that approximately 200,000 South Vietnamese servicemen of the Army Republic South Vietnam (ARVN), South Vietnamese Marines, Air Force & Navy were killed during the Vietnam War.

3,800,000 Vietnamese people died in the Vietnam war.

1.1 million North Vietnemese people were killed during the Vietnam war

I am 100% sure that the Vietnamese won the Vietnam War. Too Many Americans were assassinated.

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this refers to what protesters in America sang during the Vietnam war. this can mean either how many vietnamese children he has killed in attacks or how many Amercian men had been killed in combat withthe Vietcong that day.

One source estimated approximately 1 million men were killed.

Vietnam war casualties were approximately as follows : - USA : 58,209 KIA (killed in action) - North Vietnam Army + NLF (communists fighting in South Vietnam, often called Viet Cong) : 800'000 KIA (+300'000 MIA : missing in action) - Vietnamese civillians : from 900'000 to 4'000'000 killed - South Vietnam Army : 250'000 KIA + casualties from allied countries, like Australia or South Korea.

As the US continued to spray the Vietnamese with Napalm, many children died along side with other citizens who didn't had anything to do with the war they were not involved in the Vietnam war against the US. Napalm destroyed their crops, their houses and killed thousands of innocent people. This really angered the Vietnamese and they decided to join the Viet Cong against America. As the information leaked to the US media many citizens within America were then against the army.

About 11,000 women served in Vietnam. Eight were killed and they were all nurses, seven from the Army and one from the Air Force.

300,000 wounded, and 58,000 killed due to America wanting to stop the spread of Communism.

The website, "Vietnam War casualties" might be helpful.

Estimates vary but the US puts the number of NVA and VC killed at about1.1 million. The current Vietnamese government puts out the number of2 million as its wartime losses both civilian and military.North Vietnamese government reported 1,100,000 military personnel killed during the war.

As of 2008 there are over 86 million people in Vietnam

1,200,000 North Vietnamese (Including South Vietnamese Viet Cong) 350,000 South Vietnamese 60,000 Americans 5,000 South Koreans 500 Australians 37 new Zealanders 1,400 Thailanders 1,500 Chinese 16 Russians

During the Vietnam War, there were many people who lived in South Vietnam who supported and fought for the North Vietnamese. They were known as the Viet Cong.

Nearly 15,000 US Marines were killed in Vietnam.

Obtaining accurate figures for the South Vietnamese Government Forces (ARVN, South Vietnamese Marines, South Vietnamese Air Force, South Vietnamese Navy) is difficult, as SOUTH Vietnam has NOT EXISTED for over a quarter of a century. Northern casualties can be estimated. Southern casualties can be estimated. See sites: Vietnam War Casualties & Statistics about the Vietnam War.

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