32,000 people died during the blitz
Around 18,000 people from London died during the Blitz. Overall, 46,000 People died.
528 people died and 617 people were seriously injured
London, Coventry, Porstsmouth, Plymouth, Liverpool among many others.
554 people died from the 14th to the 15th of November 1940
30,000 and for a bonus 32k died in blitz
Everybody apart from the 50,000 civilians who died.
Lots">Lotsover 40,000!During the Blitz in London, roughly 40,000 civilians died and many many more were injured.
they didn't many people died because of fright
Approximately 900 people died as a result of the bombing and 1,500 were injured. This was the greatest loss of life in a night raid during the Blitz, outside of London.
how many pepople were killed in the blitz
Many British industrial cities were heavily bombed in the blitz. London, Birmingham, Manchester, Coventry, Liverpool, Plymouth, Bristol, Glasgow, and many others.
5000001 killed and 876452 seriously injured
The latest stats I can find are stats of 2001.In 2001, 300.848 people lived in Coventry City.
during the blitz around 32,000 were killed sadly but 87,000 people were dangerously injured
London was the a target as it is the capital city and home to a large population as well as the government and royal family as well as many famous landmarks, damage to any of these would potentially help to demoralise people. Coventry was a target due to its many factories helping to supply the war effort, destruction of these would help to prevent supply of weapons.
Because it affected many people