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# What was the difference between allied and axis civilian deaths?

Updated: 8/19/2023

Wiki User

10y ago

The Allies, easily. The number of military deaths on the part of the Soviet Union (8 million +) and China (3.8 million) were horrendous and account for the high overall numbers on the Allied side.

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16y ago

Wiki User

10y ago

There is a significant difference between the number of allied and axis civilian deaths. There were 61 million axis deaths and 11 million allied deaths.

Anonymous

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3y ago

Using this chart you can determine that

A) Axis deaths far outnumbered Allied deaths.

B) deaths in the European campaign were higher than in the Pacific.

C) non-military casualties were higher in Axis countries than in Allied countries.

D) the United States experienced more deaths in World War II than in any other war.

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