United States: over 142,000 casualties, including 33,000 deaths. China: nearly 900,000 casualties, including 150,000 deaths. North and South Korea: (military and civilian) over 3 million.
sorry, but i do know that 50,000 Americans were killed in the Korean War.
170,000 people were killed and 420,000 were wounded. That's a total of 590,000. 315,000 were Germans that were either killed or wounded, whiles allies had 275,000 people killed or wounded.
1000 British people were killed or wounded. 400 Americans people were killed or wounded
390,000 people this is Americans not Korean's
Nobody was killed in the Boston Tea Party. I'm not how many were wounded...
Americans: 300 were killed/wounded and were 958 taken prisoner Canadian (British & Natives): 91 were killed/wounded Altogether, about 391 people were killed/wounded
More than 50,000 U.S. soldiers were killed during the Korean War, and about 8,100 are still listed as missing in action.
There were over 23,000 men killed, wounded, or missing after the end of the Battle of Antietam.
According to the World Book encyclopedia, 8,200 people were wounded. (There were 25,700 Americans killed, and 10,000 British killed.)
Over 100,000 US Servicemen were wounded in the Korean War.
The US suffered about 58,000 killed, 2,000 missing and 305,000 wounded.
About 3,271 people were killed and 18,753 and 8,000 went missing.