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620,000 soldiers were killed during the American Civil War. There are no accurate figures of the number of civilians killed.

The Union lost about 360,000 soldiers and the Confederacy lost about 260,000 soldiers.

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No. The American casualties in the Civil War totaled around 620,000, the casualties in WWII totaled around 150,000 (I'm not 100% sure about the WWII casualties.)

There were 110,000 killed in civil war!!!! Im positive

World War II, if you're counting overall casualties, and not just US casualties. As far as American casualties go, the American Civil War.

If you mean most American casualties, then I would think that the American Civil War would be correct.

Approximately 620,000 casualties.

Because, all of the casualties were American, on both sides.

Approximately 360,000 Union troops died during the American Civil War from battle wounds, diseases and other causes.

There are about 1.8 million Iraq casualties, and 4,000 American casualties.

Weapons were improving, while fighting tactics remained archaic.

The amount of casualties in the Civil War were sky-rocketing, mostly because of the new technology, such as the minnie ball. Amount of deaths - 625,000

Nearly over 100,000 casualties and by dieseases

There were 500,000 casualties as a result of the Angola Civil War. The civil war in Angola lasted from 1975 until 2002.

the most casualties in a war was the American Civil War with 495,332 deaths and behind it is WW2 with 405,399 deaths.

Do you mean battle? Anyway, the deadliest battle of the American Civil War was the Battle of Gettysburg with a total of 46,000 to 51,000 casualties in three days! The Battle of Antietam was the deadliest ONE day battle with a total of 23,000 casualties!

the American civil war, with a death toll of 620,000 casualties on both the Union and Confederate sides.

The fighting and casualties of the Civil War occurred at the Battle of Bull Run at Manassas, Virginia.

Battle casualties, from both sides (all American), approximately 800,000.

There are approximately 16,000 casualties.

around 600,000. It was the war with the most US casualties.

World War II had the greatest number of casualties caused directly and indirectly by war. The death toll is listed at 84,589,300 for all countries jointly that were involved in the war. The American Civil War had the largest number of United States casualties, listed at 625,000.

The Civil War had the most casualties because Americans fought each other. The Civil War had around 625,000 deaths,and over 1,200,000 were wounded

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