This depends on which invasion of the Philippines is being questioned here, the one in 1941 or in 1945.
I think I there was around 425,000 casualties on the Allies and Axis sides combined.
The German invasion of Norway in 1940 cost the invaders close to 5,300 casualties. This was more than the British, French and Norwegian forces who suffered just under 5,000 casualties.
1 million American casualties 5 million Japanese casualties
It was an invasion, which means a battle, which means that there were casualties
The May 1940 invasion of France by Germany resulted in 290,000 French casualties and 138,000 German casualties. The German campaign lasted a little over one month. What is surprising about these figures was that normally the defensive army has fewer casualties then the offensive force.Yet, France suffered more wounded and killed soldiers then Germany by a wide margin.
In the invasion of Poland German casualties were about 17,000 troops killed.Polish casualties (military and civilian) were about 66,000 killed.
it would prevent high casualties that would be caused by an invasion of mainland japan
It represents the casualties of invasion.
It prevented a conventional invasion of Japan itself and the casualties that would have accompanied that invasion.
Approximately 14000 to 19000 casualties occurred on the first day of invasion in Normandy.
The total German casualties on D-Day are not known, but are estimated as being between 4,000 and 9,000 men.
The Allies had so many soldiers we were willing to spare. They knew they would suffer many casualties, but they had so many men, it didn't matter.
Well, the campaign with the most casualties was Operation Barbarossa, which was the German invasion of Russia. The battle with the most casualties was the Battle of Moscow
The Filipino Heroes risked their lives just to save the Philippines from invasion.
how many casualties were there in the battle of liege?
To support the invasion of Southern Philippines
There are about 1.8 million Iraq casualties, and 4,000 American casualties.
Estimates range from several thousand to tens of thousands. According to the Wikipedia entry, Civilian casualties of the War in Afghanistan (2001-present), direct and indirect civilian casualties are between roughly 9,000 and 27,000.