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Suggest: Statistics About The Vietnam War. Recommended by the History Channel.


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The total number of military casualties from both sides in the Vietnam War was 1.475 million.

It is estimated that over 3 million people on both sides died during the Vietnam War. The country of Vietnam did not release their casualties to the public until 1995.

For all nations, see website: Vietnam War Casualties

See: Vietnam War casualties.

Total military casualties for both sides was about 9.7 Million.

There were approximately 20,000 casualties on both sides on the single day, 6 June

See website: Vietnam War casualties

About 1,492,846 on both sides of the conflict including 58,220 from the US.

7,500 killed from both sides. Out of 160,000 men engaged in battle.

Army casualties in Vietnam were 413 KIA/DoW, two MIA, 2026 WIA, 64 non-battle deaths and 999 other casualties

Over 360,000 casualties counting POWs, MIAs, KIA, and WIA both requiring medical attention and wounded not requiring medical attention.

10,360. There were a total of over 20,000 soldiers lost from both sides in that battle.

That's way too many, besides, the works already been done by others; see Vietnam War Casualties by state.

Ten years against a determined enemy will cost casualties.

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

I think I there was around 425,000 casualties on the Allies and Axis sides combined.

The US Civil War Battle of Shiloh was costly for both sides. Estimates on Union casualties run anywhere from 12,000 to 15,000. The South had more.

See: Statistics About the Vietnam War. Recommended by the History Channel.

Those statistics are itemized on the "Vietnam War casualties" website.

If you're asking about a memorial for the American casualties, the answer is "no". There are many memorials to the forces that the north lost, however.

Both sides had lots of casualties. When Russia left World War I because of a revolution, both sides had the same soldiers as many Western soldiers were sent to help out the Russian white party. Both sides used guns. Germany was fighting a two front war, so they were on both sides. Both sides expected a quick finish to the war.

The fact that I remember best about the casualties (Not dead) at Shiloh is that the ~23,000 on both sides were more than those in all the wars the US had fought to that date. It was a real shock to those people on both sides who thought it would be a short war...

There is a Estimation of over 300,000 casualties in The Vietnam war. Because in the year 1968, there was over 500,000 American soldiers fighting for the Southern part of Vietnam. And there could be less but no won knows or has a real number of the casualties.

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