According to the Japanese Ministry of Health and Welfare, the total number of military personnel at the end of World War II numbered 7,889,100 with 5,472,400 in the Army and 2,416,700 in the Navy. This total does not include the vast numbers of militia and paramilitary units that were organized in anticipation of the coming invasion of the Japanese Home Islands, which would add approximately 30 million to that total.
The WWI Japanese military death total was 415.
As of 2011, about 130 million people speak Japanese.
2.12 Million Japanese Military were reported to be killed during World War 2.
Around 3.12 Million Japanese people were killed during World War 2, 2.12 Million being Military Deaths and 1 Million being Civilian Deaths.
due to restriction in the Japanese military, only 20,000 serve on active duty
About 3 million people speak Japanese as as a second language.
Military deaths claimed 2,120,000 people and there were about 580,000 Civilian deaths, leaving a Total death toll of about 2,700,000.
About 130 million.
About 16 Million people, military and civilian, died in World War I.
2.2 million is the accepted estimate of how many Chinese were killed by the Japanese military.
round about 2403 people
Fat too many people to try naming them. It was an attack on the United States military by the Japanese Navy.
The question is too vague to answer.
took homes. and many people.:)
Japanese US Soldiers were first unable to join the military but Roosevelt reversed the policy in 1943 making many Japanese Americans extremely excited also creating Japanese Regiments The last answer was not what changed about the policy but what the policy originally was even though this may not be useful now to you it may be to other people have a nice day :D
The Japanese and other people use chopsticks for many of Japanese meals.
There were abpout 40,000 military personnel stationed in the city.
None of military causes.
about 20,000 people
all the Japanese Americans in America lived in the camps.
How Many Military Deaths Where There In World War Two ? :)
There are about 60,000 Japanese people in North America.