12000Answerno, not 12000
72,000,000 people were killed in total and WWII went on for 6 years, so...
about 12,000,000 died each year
50,000 men died
About 60 million people in total died.
The exact number of people that died from each troop in the Battle of Hastings is unknown. It is estimated that 7,000 to 12,000 Normans died and 5,000 to 13,000 English died during the battle.
Each second, two people die and five people are born. There are about 7 billion people in the world but i read somewhere that by 2050 there will be about 9 billion people in the world.
Well, alot of Koreans died. Not alot of Americans died. And alot of Japanese people and Vietnamese people died. Not to mention Hawaiians.
more than 50 million people died,and millions more were wounded.
All of the people in the world who died a natural death died from health risks.
America and Japan kept on dropping bombs on each other so many people died in both contries.
the battle went brutally, lots of people died,each side left with less people
Union 2,708 Confederate 1,981
No, but they have veterans day and memorial day to honor all the troops.
50 million total civilian and military deaths
over 60 people died in a tornado each year
the countries had dug trenches (a long narrow ditch) to avoid enemy fire however most people who was involved in the war had not died from each but died from diseases, the trenches were horrible rats lived there and many people died there. world war 1 was the worst war.
57 million people die each year in the world. 140 million people are born each year in the world. Source is the United Nations.
The American Civil War takes first place. During that war, 600 people died each day (on average) and by the end about 625,000 people had died. That was 2% of the entire US population.
People often communicated with each other through letters sent through the mail during World War 2. Other common forms of communication also included telephone calls, and telegrams.
how many people died in the sabine pass on each side
So many people died each day that mass graves were dug. In some places the bodies were burned.
Her first memory is that she heard on mother answering a phone call.. Her brother died. Second, during her first concert, 3 people have died because people were stepping all over each other to get in.
there are 4,000 people killed each year
about 900 people died each month from the plague
Yes some people survived concentration camps, but 6 million people died. The word Holocaust means death by fire in Greek. and some of the people died that way but most died of exhaustion because they were forced to run two miles each day
According to the World Health Organization about 3000 people die in crashes each day around the globe due to auto/car accidents.