What was the total economic and military cost for Italy after World War 2?
military s: 25 million civilian s: 30 million estimated amount of money spent: about 1 trillion dollars- which is more money than the costs of all other wars combined
Total war is when a country utilises all of its resources (economic, human labour, military) for a war effort. World War II was a total war for most of its participants, including Britain, Russia, Germany, Japan, USA and Australia. Notably, Germany did not enter a state of total war until 1943. This was because they expected a short war, based around their Blitzkreig strategy of 'lightning war'.
Because any and all available weapons were used; including chemical warfare. No. The concept of Total War has nothing to do with the exact methods of fighting. Rather it concerns how the civilian and government institutions are involved in the war. Under the Total War concept, the entire nation's economy and population are mobilized and directed to support the military. That is, the whole country is involved in the war, not just the actual military…
Soviet Union. 23,100,000 China. 20,000,000 Others. 9,875,100 Germany. 7,293,000 Poland. 5,600,000 Japan. 3,120,000 Britain and Commonwealth. 2,143,800 France. 567,600 Italy. 454,500 United States. 416,800 Total of. = 72,568,500 This is death of Military and Civilian between 1936 - 1945 A+ answer- $1 trillion
World War I displayed many features of "total war". One was the explicit, sustained targeting of civilians by military forces, including the "zeppelin" attacks upon English cities. Another was the geographic scope of the military presence: ground troops from both sides were arrayed in unbroken lines from one end of Europe to another. Above all, the number of nations involved in the conflict is most emblematic of the "total war" displayed in World War I.
Far from it. About 2.5% of the World Population was killed during World War 2. (Mostly civilians however) Military Casualties: Allied: (Total: approx. 16.000.000 Military Dead) US: 417.000 Soviet Russia: +/- 9.500.000 Great Britain: +/- 400.000 France*: 220.000 Axis: (Total: approx. 8.100.000 Military Dead) Nazi Germany: 5.500.000 (Including Austria + Spain) Finland: 100.000 (Yes. Finland sided with Germany when Germany declared war on Soviet Russia, as the Soviets had tried to invade Finland. See: Winter…
According to the Japanese Ministry of Health and Welfare, the total number of military personnel at the end of World War II numbered 7,889,100 with 5,472,400 in the Army and 2,416,700 in the Navy. This total does not include the vast numbers of militia and paramilitary units that were organized in anticipation of the coming invasion of the Japanese Home Islands, which would add approximately 30 million to that total.