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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.
The outcome of the battle of Britain was that Germany stopped fighting because they didn't have enough flying combat. German losses were so high that they abandoned their invasion plans.
Civilian property losses were minimal. Naval vessels were the primary targets.
Germany had the most military casualties at 2,050,897. The Russian Empire came in a close second at 1,811,000.
Britain lost about 700 aircraft.
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.
Hitler re-armed the Rhineland in an attempt to see how France and Britain would react. The treaties signed by Hitler, especially the Versailles, clearly stated that if the Rhineland was entered and rearmed by Germany they were to be taken out immediately. France and Britain pitied Germany's losses though, and they let Germany have some leeway. In this, Hitler proved that France and Britain were weak and would be too late to stop his larger efforts
Loss of the armed forces of the USSR and Germany, according to various estimates correspond from 1.5 to 1 to 2 to 1. Comparable losses. Large losses are determined by the Soviet side, that Germany attacked the Soviet Union suddenly, having prepared army with the experience of modern war. This resulted in heavy losses in 1941 and early 1943's. A much larger gap between the losses in the civilian population. Germany lost 2470000 civilians, while the USSR -15245000. 7200000 of them had just been killed by the German occupiers, been implementing a policy of destruction of Soviet citizens.
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.
The final losses in the Battle of Britain was 1,700 German Planes and 900 British Planes.
The countries involved in WW1 had taken losses in population unlike any other conflict in the history of the world, so they were reluctant to enter another confrontation until Germany directly invaded an ally of Britian, Poland in 1939.
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.
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Because their losses were too high during the day.
World War II was the deadliest conflict in world history. There were anywhere from 44-46 million military losses, and roughly 30-32 million civilian casualties, totaling roughly 70 million casualties although the exact numbers are debated by scholars.
Mostly military losses; those were replaced from the mainland.
German naval losses were heavier than their army losses in the invasion of Norway. Germany lost 10 destroyers three cruisers and their two pocket battle ships were badly damaged. The Allies lost one British aircraft carrier, one cruiser and nine destroyers.
Yes I believe they were. The U.S. and Britain had planned D-Day. But they were not fully prepared because they needed to take action quickly. That's why the U.S. and Britain took heavy losses.
It is a common misconception that Britain was close to loosing the Battle of Britain.Germany could not break the deadlock and after fighting a severe war of attrition Germany could not sustain the attacks especially after suffering high casualties.Britain however did sustain continuous raids on her cities by German bombers but this was not going to achieve victory and did not hamper the RAF's ability to continue functioning at full capacity.Luftwaffe losses - 2,500 aircrewRAF losses - 544 pilotsThe figures speak for themselves.
They suffered severe losses, and thus wanted revenge
2 world wars, 2 main losses
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.