In the three battles of Ypres, but mostly in the third (Paschendale), the British had more than 1 million soldiers died. The majority of these soldiers were British or French.
50,000 People died in the Battle of Ypres
I assume that you are talking about the second battle) 6,000 people died at Ypres.
Over 2000 canadians were killed in the battle of Ypres during WW1. This was the first time poison gas (made from chlorine) was introduced in WW1.
Well if you mean the battle of ypres then it was a series of 4 battles fought around a town in Belgium called ypres during the first world war. During these battles the Germans used alot of poisonous gas, chlorine gas. There was heavy fighting, some of the heaviest in the whole world war and many people were killed. In the second battle of the ypres john condon who is the youngest known soldier to die, age 14, died.
70,000 soldiers died during the Third Battle
48 people died
There are a great many people that died in 1940. There were millions of people who died all around the world.
i think that its 2345,000 people died in WW2
135 people died on the Mayflower voyaging to the New World
Sixty people died in the construction of the World Trade Center.
6,928,382 Russian people died in world war one.
50 Millionhow many died in world war 2
1,808,000 German people died in WW1
According to the UN, 55,368,000 people died in 2007.
People Said over 60,000,000 People Died in World war 2.
The second battle of ypres had Canada as one of their involvements.as of many others,too.
I don't no how many people died in world war 2
WW1: About 37 million people died.WW2:About 60 million people died.= 97,000,000
About 301,000 died.