Accurate estimates are hard to come by, but according to the Dorling Kindersley Atlas of World History(which is as good a source as any) there were approx. 13.5 million Red Army/partisan deaths in the USSR(including 3.6 million Soviet POWs that died in German captivity). Given that the widely accepted total is 23 million(not inc. Stalin's murders in that period), the civilian dead numbers about 10 million.
Germany military-3,250,000 civilian-3,810,000 Britain military-452,000 civilian-60,000 United States military-295,000 civilian-minimal China military-3,500,000 civilian-10,000,000 Japan military-1,700,000 civilian-360,000
Of the 48.2 million deaths from all causes during WWII the Soviet Union suffered the greatest losses in human lives with an estimated 10 million military and 10 million civilian deaths. As a matter of interest, Russia (pre Communist) also suffered the worst losses in WW I.
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Russia suffered the biggest losses during WW1.
Russia suffered the most total casualties.But in terms of percentage of of military forces it was Austria-Hungary
Casualties:Military dead:Over 16,000,000Civilian dead:Over 45,000,000Total dead:Over 61,000,000losses:Military dead:Over 8,000,000Civilian dead:Over 4,000,000Total dead:Over 12,000,000
The fall of the confederate city of Atlanta had devastating losses and a horrific effect on the civilian population of Atlanta. The union states did not however think that Atlanta had great military significance and this was not an intended outcome.
Estimates vary but the US puts the number of NVA and VC killed at about1.1 million. The current Vietnamese government puts out the number of2 million as its wartime losses both civilian and military.North Vietnamese government reported 1,100,000 military personnel killed during the war.
Civilian property losses were minimal. Naval vessels were the primary targets.
Both were bad, but his losses in Russia were terrible.
Russia suffered the greatest loss of life during World War I. There were thousands of casualties on all sides suffered during the war.
The U.S. military suffered few losses during the war.
The total losses amount to 26,530,057 people. Of these, 11,285,057 loss of soldiers killed or missing in action (including 2 million who died in captivity), 15,245,000 civilian losses from all causes.
Communism was a major obstacle during World War I. The country suffered several huge military losses, killing thousands of Russian soldiers and because of all the money spent on the war, the government could not help its people recover from a countrywide famine.
A graph can be used to display almost anything. One of the classics is by Minard and depicts the losses suffered by Napoleon's army during his invasion of Russia. Another is by the first medical statistician, Florence Nightingale, and depicts deaths in the Crimea which supported the argument for an improvement of hygiene in military hospitals and thereby reduce fatalities.
The US lost around 58,220 men in the war. The Vietnamese military and civilian losses are not know but it is estimated to be from in the hundreds of thousands, up to 3 million. It is also estimated that 200,000 to 300,000 Cambodians were killed and between 20,000 and 200,000 Laotians.
A study done by William Shockley came up with an upper end figure of 4,000,000 US casualties to conquer Japan. According to his report, projected Japanese losses, military and civilian, would have been a minimum of 5,000,000.
Nearly 2 million losses.
One.of the first losses that Russia took and that decreased morale in russia. Also russian
the first artificial rocket, lunch in Russia
about 60,000 men died from Russia and a few women (4,500) did too from losses, heart attack and disease
As with most wars, it mainly effected the families that suffered losses. However, in Vietnam's case, it affected anyone facing the military draft.