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Where can you go to find out causality rates for The United States Japanese and Germans for every year of world war 2?

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2005-10-19 18:18:39
2005-10-19 18:18:39

FOR USA: After the Dec. 7, 1941 attack on Pearl Harbor, America entered the war on Dec. 8. The war was over when Japan surrendered on Sept. 2, 1945. So if my math is right that is 1,144 days. Approximately 400,000 US personnel were killed so that would be 350 PER day killed. ApproximatelY 672,000 were wounded so that would be 585 a PER day wounded.

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