According to The USS Arizona by Jasper/Delgado/Adams We lost 90,000 Soldiers in the Pacific arena.
To improve this answer which is completely not what the person was asking, there were roughly 354k American casualties in the pacific war during World War 2.
This is one that I've been trying to find for some time. After all my research I have seen references of slightly over 100k ( stated just like that too). My main question is how many were from each of the branches of the military. I have found that the Marines took 19k battle deaths with 23k total and the Navy took almost twice that but, no specific statistics for the Army.
You're right. just over 100 thousand U.S miltary casualties. except I have 17 thousand for the marines and just about 30 thousand for the navy. If you do the math, that leaves 53 thousand for the army. wrong theamericans lie about their list of kia I know for sure that they lost 70 to 80 thousnad marines at the battle of okanwa trus me coming from a Japanese person whos grandfather was in the imperial army of Japan
I do not have figures for all the battles of the Pacific Theater. This is what I have so far from various sources where available (rounded off). Pearl Harbor - 2335, Wake Island - 152, Coral Sea - 656, Midway - 350, Guadalcanal - 7361, Attu - 549, Tarawa - 1711, Guam - 3000, Leyte Gulf - 1500, Leyte Island - 3500, Iwo Jima - 6821, Okinawa - 12513, Saipan - 3426, Peleliu - 1794, Tainan - 1010, Kawajalien - 373.
Total from this list is: 47,379
There are a lot of battles and losses not accounted for. Sub action, losses in China, smaller islands, POWs, and unavailable data.
There were a total of 2,403 American casualties, including 68 civilians. Source: Military.com
The Civil War
This question needs a subject. The number of casualties for what?
World War II had the greatest number of casualties caused directly and indirectly by war. The death toll is listed at 84,589,300 for all countries jointly that were involved in the war. The American Civil War had the largest number of United States casualties, listed at 625,000.
The total number of casualties in Russia were 9,150,000. Russia is at the top of the list for most casualties lost
what roles did willam randolph hearst and joseph pulitzer have on the spanish american war
Battle casualties, from both sides (all American), approximately 800,000.
the number of casualties in the battle of Berlin was..
The number of casualties during this war were not very high. The total number of deaths in the war was 5,083, not all of them were attributed to battle. Many soldiers died from diseases, such as typhoid. As for the Spanish casualties, 2,159 died on the battlefield, while an estimated 50,000 died from diseases.
The highest number of casualties in an aircraft crash came in 2001, on the 11th of September. The number of casualties in the aircraft crashes on September 11th, 2001 were 2,974.
When the bus crashed there were many casualties....
Allied Military Casualties: 14,276,800 Allied Civilian Casualties: 25,686,900 Allied Total Casualties: 39,963,700
Turkey the the most casualties during the battle of Gallipoli.
The US Civil War probably caused more American casualties then any other war before or after that war. When the results of a battle lists the number of casualties, it means that soldiers that were either killed of sent to military hospitals due to battle wounds are classified as casualties.
230,052 Union Casualties and 435,000 Confederate Casualties
379 US soldiers. 5083 = total number of deaths during the war.
This answer may never be definite, but best guesses put military casualties at around 650,000; at least. The number of civilians is lower but should be around 200,000+. Remember that casualty lists include dead, wounded and missing. The civilian number also reflects casualties on civilians during the New York draft riots of 1863.
1.1 million German casualties in WW1.
5,000 casualties , see wikipedia
The Federal Army with 12,447 casualties, including prisoners and missing.
Compared to what? Total American casualties in WW1 were significantly lower than either WW2 or the US Civil War, and the casualty rate (number of casualties suffered per 100,000 deployed) was lower than most wars Americans fought in during the 1800s. American casualty rates were comparable to (though slightly higher than) British or French rates during the same time period.
there were millions of hundreds of casualties some deaths caused by world war 1 .
There is a Estimation of over 300,000 casualties in The Vietnam war. Because in the year 1968, there was over 500,000 American soldiers fighting for the Southern part of Vietnam. And there could be less but no won knows or has a real number of the casualties.