There were 4,184 'casualties' on Omaha beach on D-Day. I am not aware how many of those died.
2374 men from multiple military units died on Omaha Beach on D Day. A total of approximately 4000 men were killed on D-Day (including the Paratroopers). It got worse the next day as they had to get through the hedgerows.
the average summer day there is aproximently 4thousand to 5thousand people on the beach
There are about 3 million people who visit Virginia Beach each year, and about 8,250 people visit there each day.
about 5000 men died in total at omaha beach >:(
Omaha beach had over 4,000 casualties on D-Day. That is both wounded and dead.
Germany casualties were unclear for the whole day. However at least 1,000 Germans are known to have died on Sword Beach.
The 1st and 29th US divisions had over 5,300 casualties on Omaha Beach on the first day.
Over 4,300 US soldiers died on Omaha Beach on D-Day.
About 3000 people died on Dday.
on day 1 - 507 british soilders were killedon day 2 - 4899 canadian soilders were injured but none killedon day 3 - 2422 american soilders were killed .
11 people died on the first day of the hunger games
1,030 Americans died on Omaha Beach. 195 died on Utah. There were no Americans on any of the other beaches.
about 1000 a day
7789.346 on a good day
200 per day.
About 22,185.7 people died per-day during WWII....
150,000 people died in the tsunami
Almost 4,000 Americans died in the first wave, mostly on Omaha Beach.
28 then katniss died on the second day of the 80th day of the loser day crap!
about people per day
There were approximately 840 British deaths on Sword. The Germans had over 1,000 casualties, but it is unclear how many died.
On Australia Day, many people plan a barbeque at the beach or at a park. It's a public holiday for most people, so the day is spent enjoying leisure activities.
Many people died that day