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2009-05-20 14:34:48
2009-05-20 14:34:48

The Germans had the most soldiers killed in WWI. The total was 2,050,897 military deaths. Russia had the most overall deaths with 3,311,000 (civilians and military).


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The Russian Empire: a total of about 12 million soldiers

Who killed the most soldiers ever

Russia with 1.7 million killed ,followed by France with 1.3 million killed

China, it also has the largest infantry army in the World.

Russia had 12 thousand solders in world war one.

Either artillery, machine guns, or the rifles and bayonets of common soldiers.

Traditionally soldiers are sent to their native country to be buried. However I do know that most of the American soldiers that fell in France are buried there.

If they weren't killed by soldiers on the opposite side, they were most often killed by their wounds getting infected. Also, many died of dysentary and measles.

World War One. Precise figures are impossible because of incomplete Russian totals from both world wars, but there is agreement that more soldiers died in World War One than in World War Two. Many millions of soldiers died in both world wars.

russia - they lost 8,800,000 to 10,700,000

Well nz sent 30 000 men to fight and 2 431 were killed and 7 571 were wounded!

People have killed the most people in the world.

Russia-between 20 and 25 million people.

Raul Hilberg gives an estimate of 300 at the most.

reports vary, most soldiers were captured or killed

No. Around four and a half million German soldiers died in World War 2, but most survived to be taken prisoner in 1945 by the Allies. Even then, most soldiers were not executed for war crimes afterwards - only the really big perpetrators were.

no because new zealand is the best country in the world

Probably China. It's army has millions of soldiers, only counting the infantry/ foot soldiers.

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