25,160,000 military deaths
41,793,300 civilian deaths
5,754,400 Jewish Holocaust deaths
If your talking about the global population then it's about 3.55%.
There was no census to know what the world population may have been in 1347, but it has been estimated that between 10 and 15% of the population died. In some countries the death rate was as high as 40%. In the south of France and Spain some 70% of the population may have perished.
The population who died during the War could be as high as 72,707,700 which is about 3.70% of the world's population.
It is estimated that over 60 million people were killed during World War II. This was almost 3 percent of the population of the entire world at the time.
Not including USSR Occupied countries it's about, if you include the population of USSR Occupied countries then it's about 13.5%.
approximately 10 percent have died
Sadly , more than 50 million died in world war 2. ^^ whoever wrote this was drunk Around six million Jews died because of Hitler, and that was around 60% of Europe's population
3 % of the world population came down
The deadliest time period in history was the two years surrounding the 1918 flu pandemic. Of the 500 million people infected across the world, between 50 million and 100 million died. This equaled 3-5 percent of the world's population.
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About 62 million people, or 2.5% of the worldpopulation
Not a lot, since there was no alternative world available. Perhaps you mean "population"? It has been estimated that 55 million died world-wide.
In World War 1 lost about 850,000 men killed in action out of a population of just over 45 million. That is roughly equivalent to about 1.89%.
most people died
British population before WW2 was 47,760,000 and 450,900 people died in WW2. The percentage of death is about 0.94%.
Around 50% of Europe's population had died of the Black Death but it was not spread entirely around the world as it was based in Europe. Britain had been most affected by it as 40% of the country had died.
25 percent to 33 percent of the population died
about 5 million died of typhus over 60 million killed throughout the world (2.5%) of worlds population in 1939-1945
According to Ken Burns, 2 percent of the population died in the American Civil War.
There were 117,465 American deaths as a result of World War 1. They represented about 0.13% of the total population.