The American Civil war had the most men killed.
over a million men were killed in world war two
In Vietnam: California lost 5,573 men killed; followed by New York with 4,121 men killed, followed by Texas, who lost 3,415 men to the war...Pennsylvania and Ohio trailed with 3,144 and 3,096 men lost respectively.
it killed the most men in American history
Vietnam was a war of body counts. A war of attrition. Which side killed the most men, would win the war.
The Boer War probably.
6784, most of which were small mammals militia men killed for food
Dysentery killed most soldiers in the Civil War.
Approximately 600 Australian serviceman were killed in the Vietnam War.
Well nz sent 30 000 men to fight and 2 431 were killed and 7 571 were wounded!
If restricted to the War Between the States, it would be the Battle of Gettysburg where over 7800 Americans were killed. If not restricted, it would be the WW I Battle of the Argonne Forest where over 26,000 American solders were killed. The most killed in one day in any war would be at the Battle of Sharpsburg (also called the Battle of Antietam) where over 3600 were killed.
Odysseus killed hundreds of men, both in war and at home.
Over 400,000 US Servicemen were killed.
Over 58,000 US servicemen were killed in the Vietnam War.
100,00,00 men were killed
The total number killed was almost 500,000 men for the North and South.
In The Great War, approximately 60,000 men were killed or died from disease.
he did a lot of things to impact the war he killed lots of men
South Carolina lost 895 men in the war.
Over 660,000 men died total in the Civil War
the men were hurt or killed the ones left were hungry so that's what happens
Harold, Jonathan, and Steven.
Genghis Khan killed 20 million people during his lifetime.
Impossible to answer. No data collected.
Disease killed more people than bullets.