How many civilians died at Stalingrad during World War 2?
45,000 Civilians were killed during the Battle of Stalingrad. All of them were Soviet Civilians in Stalingrad. Most people died either from Starvation, Artillery or Ariel attacks or from Dehydration.
In World War II, the most destructive fighting was in Stalingrad. A reported 1.5-5.0 million people died. These numbers come from both soldiers and civilians. Another costly battle in World War II was the Battle for Berlin, which resulted in roughly 1.25 million people died. One of the costliest battles in World War I was the battle of Verdun, which some refer as France's Battle of Stalingrad.
The 250,000 troops died during the battle of Stalingrad were most likely to be referred to the German Sixth Army. During the battle of stalingrad, the German Sixth army went into the city of stalingrad but they were encircled by the Soviet army and trapped. Due to limiations of logistical support and rations, most of the german sixth army died to from starvation or from frost bite.