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There were approximately 25,000 American soldiers that died in the American Revolution. The British lost around 20,000 soldiers during the war.
around 10,000 American soldiers were sent to Haiti
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Around 50 million people died, and half of them were civil.
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During the Battle of Guadalcanal in August 1942 to February of 1943, approximately 100,000 soldiers fought in the jungles of the small island. Around 60,000 American soldiers were involved, with over 36,000 Japanese soldiers opposing them. It should not be overlooked that many sailors and airmen were also involved above and around the land-battle.
Germany had 20.7 Million people serving in the war and around 5 Million were killed. That is a loss of around 24%.
Germany had 13,600,000 people in the Army, 2,500,000 in the Air Force and 1,200,000 in the Navy, plus around 1 million SS troops. millons think so
Around 416 800 American soldiers died in World War 2.
At around 6-8 years.
Around 625000 soldiers were killed in the American Civil War; over the roughly 4.5 years of combat this amounts to about 380 soldiers per day in total.
the American and ENGLISH soldiers are fighting against the taliban and other mast terrorist groups around the area of Iraq
Soldiers carry their weapons themselves...
Germany, It's in Germany or around Germany. :)
the union soldiers carried around many things :)
Adolf Hitler had around 50,000-100,000 soldiers.
Just around 19000, but the fighting has decreases seen 2004 which the American soldiers killed 6.3k insurgents.
African American soldiers in the Civil War numbered around 180,000. This made up about 10 percent of the Union Army.
The total number of US combatants in WWI was around 4,355,000. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Allies_of_World_War_I#Personnel_and_casualties_of_the_Allied_powers
Around 460,000-480,000 soldiers. Although a large number, it is relatively small compared to Germany and especially Russia.
Thomas Paine motivated the Continental Army and colonies by writing pieces such as Common Sense, and The American Crisis. Washington passed copies of them around the soldiers, and read them aloud to the soldiers who could not read.
Germany began around 1019
No. African-Americans are specifically Blacks who live in the United States. While there were likely African-American soldiers in the US Army killed by the German Army, none were killed in the Holocaust since Nazi Germany never occupied the United States. If the question is asking whether Blacks were killed, then YES. There were around 24,000 Blacks in Nazi Germany who were targeted for elimination.
There is no single place. The soldiers are buried in cemeteries around the world and around their countries.