the JAPANESE suffered heavy losses. so many of their ships were destroyed, and so many JAPANESE sailors died, that the battle of leyte gulf ended japan's ability to fight major naval battles.
I had a cousin, Delbert Wilkins, who was on the Birmingham during the Battle of Leyte Gulf and died when the Princeton blew up, Jerry Wilkins
50,000 People died in the Battle of Ypres
about 280,000 people died on the battle of marne
how many people died at the battle of edgehill
People Died Man, People Died
Around 21-22,000 people died in the battle of Agincourts.
125 people died in the battle of palmitos ranch
23,049 died in the battle of Gettysburg
Well nearly 15 thousand people died at the Battle of Pensacola
I assume that you are talking about the second battle) 6,000 people died at Ypres.
22 people died in the battle for fort ticonderoga. 10 were wounded
around 3695 people died in the battle of trafagar
19,000 soldiers died after battle of the bulge
Nearly 800 people are thought to have died at the Battle of Monmouth. About 500 British may have died and about 300 Americans. The outcome of the battle was inconclusive.
At least 12 people died at this battle and more than 70 were injured.
This depends on which oil spill and which gulf. See related questions.
battle of newbury
over 9000 person died in the battle of fulford
over 1 people died
many people died
2000 people died
261 people died at the Battle of the Monitor and Merrimack (renamed the CSS Virginia).
There was an estimated 8,037 people that died on both sides in the Battle of Vicksburg.