In WWII there were actually more civilian casualties than armed forces casualties. Many children lost their entire family. Millions of families lost their sons, brothers, fathers, cousins, uncles or other relatives. Mothers were hit hard when they lost many of their offspring and their husbands too. Some families did not have a body to bury because the bodies were destroyed or buried in some far off war ground. The cost of losing over 50 million people during WWII was staggering. I am not just referring to burial costs. I am referring to the loss of income earning citizens of the world and the loss of future babies who would never be born. There was also the loss of six million Jews in this world. It also affected governments to lose that much population around the world. The sadness from the casualties will not die off. They are remembered and honored around the world. Hopefully, we will never forget them or ever allow a megalomaniac like Hitler rise to rule or let another nation conduct brutal warring practices.
The total allied casualties of world war two with civilians and military goes up to 39,963,700 compared to the axis casualties of 48,231,700.
Well, over sixty-million people died during World War 2. Two-thirds of them were civilians so you can say that the best estimate would be around forty-million civilian casualties.
World war Two, Russian had over 10million casualties.
There were two ways, displacement and death. Death of course from the battle itself onto civilians and soldiers. During the battle, soviets had 1.1 million casualties and the Axis had 860,000. Out of the lot, around 25,000-40,000 civilians were killed. Displacement is where the locals flee the city to somewhere more peaceful or just being homeless until something good happens.
aproximitley TWO GAZILLION!
China & the U.S.S.R.
Gene and Finny are two character in the John Knowles novel, "A Separate Peace". The constant battling created casualties, just as war does, and has repercussions that affected Gene throughout his life.
1. Jews. 2. Russian civilians.
Depends on how you calculate the casualties. Some Japanes defenses were virtually 100% dead ! On the eastern front there were huge battles such as Kursk & Stalingrad.
Three civilians were killed during the incident. Two civilians died after the incident, and 11 were wounded.