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Sunday, 30 April 2017

WWII Statistics: Death toll

This post briefly represents the total number of deaths in the WWII, which was the most monstrous and disastrous conflict in the human history. The biggest difference between WWI and WWII is that there is a great discrepancy between numbers of civilian casualties, which made WWII extremely ruthless and genocidal.

Country
Military
Civilian
Total
USSR
12 million
17 million
29 million
Poland
597,000
5.86 million
6.27 million
Germany
3.25 million
2.44 million
5.69 million
Yugoslavia
305,000
1.35 million
1.66 million
Romania
450,000
465,000
915,000
Hungary
200,000
600,000
800,000
France
245,000
350,000
595,000
Italy
380,000
153,000
533,000
Great Britain
403,000
92,700
495,000
United States
407,000
6,000
413,000
Czechoslovakia
7,000
315,000
322,000
Holland
13,700
236,000
249,000
Greece
19,000
140,000
159,000
Belgium
76,000
23,000
99,000

Source:

http://www.world-war-2.info/statistics/

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