A completely accurate World War 2 Death Count is an impossibility. Any figures that you see are going to reflect the sources and methodology of the author. Most published figures are between 50 million and 75 million. In some nations, the number of civilian deaths was far higher than the number of military deaths. China had roughly 10 million civilians slaughtered; civilian deaths in Poland, Germany and elsewhere included millions of death camp inmates. Massacres and death camps resulted in over a million civilians dead in Yugoslavia. Japan's total losses are thought to have been between 2 and 3 million. The USSR's total losses (perhaps 20 million) were a staggering 14-15% of the population. It is widely agreed that the largest numbers of military deaths were troops of the USSR (over 10 million troops dead) and Germany (3 to 5 million troops dead). All together there may have been as many as 25 million military deaths and nearly 50 million civilian deaths. Roughly 15 to 20 million of those civilians were victims of systematic Nazi murders using death camps or outright massacres.
I believe about 10,700,000 military deaths in the Soviet Union for World War 11.
The Sovjet-Afghanistan war in 1979-86
Roughly 450,000 people of UK origin were killed in the Second World War. This number includes military and civilian deaths.
How Many Military Deaths Where There In World War Two ? :)
The total Military Deaths during World War 2 is about 25.45 Million. This is 36% out of the total deaths during World War 2. The rest were civilian deaths.
Over 55 million deaths.
100,300,454,123.53 deaths occurred during world war 2 for the polish people. jews
There were more deaths in World War 2 in total than in World War. 33,100 The following estimates of civilian deathsduring World War I. In World War 2 there were only about 5,000 people that died. In both World Wars the number of Civilians caught up in the War was a deciding factor on how brutal the War was to be fought. Before WWI there had not been the involvement of the whole planet in the War. In WWII there were policies used which involved extermination camps that was not as evident in the WWII
The total number of deaths attributed to World War Two was over 60 million people
About 48.5 Million Civilian Deaths occurred during World War 2. This is 65-66% out of total deaths during World War 2.
There were 708 deaths of Americans.
Many lives were lost as a result of World War 2. It is believed to be the war causing the largest number of deaths ever. The total number of civilian deaths are estimated around 38,000,000 to 55,000,000. Amongst these 19,000,000 to 30,000,000 have been due to indiscriminate military attacks.
About 25.4 Million Military Deaths occurred during World War 2, This is about 34-35% of the Total deaths which occurred during World War 2.
World War II was the first war in history where civilian deaths outnumbered military deaths due to saturation bombing.
World War II had an incredibly larger number of deaths if including both civilian and military loss of life. In the second World War, over 60 million people were killed, and in the first World War, approximately 37 million people were killed.
military deaths=soviet russia civilian deaths=japan
2.6% of the Global Population were killed during World War 2.
Millions, and millions of deaths.
The currently accepted figure for American military deaths during World War II is 416,800.
world war 2 has had the most deaths overall that is including soilders, Jews and average people
There are a number of things that the World War 2 caused. This caused stagnation in production and industrial activities which hurt the economy, there were causalities and deaths among other things.