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2011-09-13 02:41:21
2011-09-13 02:41:21

390,000 people this is Americans not Korean's


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The casualty rates from this war have never been figured with certainty.. They think that around 660,000 were killed from South Korean alone. About 390,000 people from the United States were killed.

sorry, but i do know that 50,000 Americans were killed in the Korean War.

4,702 US Army Servicemen age 19 and below were killed in the Korean War.

The official US death toll for the Korean War is 36,516 How many of that total were Jewish Soldiers?

Over 1,100 British servicemen were killed.

there were 126 678 thousand people in the korean war

More than 50,000 U.S. soldiers were killed during the Korean War, and about 8,100 are still listed as missing in action.

Well we know 30,000 Americans died and and estimate would be 436 Utahns killed in the Korean war.

Over 33,000 US servicemen were killed in the Korean War.

Approximately 33,000 US Servicemen were killed in the Korean War.

One estimate is about 2 million South Korean civilians, and 660,000 South Korean soldiers.

See website: "Korean War" for those statistics.

This question is a bit unclear. If you are referring to the Korean war, 36,516 Americans were killed in that war. If you are referring to World War II, 418.500 Americans were killed in that war.

There was korean war until 1953 that killed 3 million people

1,187,682-1,545,822 people died in the North Korean province

Approximately 588 men from the state of Louisiana died in the Korean War. See: "Korean War Educator: Korean War Memorials-Index of States", for more information.

No report anyone in the US starved during th Korean war.

2 million people were killed in World War II.

About 130,000 casualities with more then 30,000 killed in action.

Australian casualties were 339 killed, 1216 wounded and 29 prisoners of war.

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