How Many People Died In World War 1?

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Casualties in WW1

Germany 1,800,000
Soviet Union 1,700,000
France 1,385,000
Austria 1,200,000
Great Britain 947,000
Japan 800,000
Romania 750,000
Serbia 708,000
Italy 460,000
Turkey 325,000
Belgium 267,000
Greece 230,000
USA 137,000
Portugal 100,000
Canada 69,000
Bulgaria 88,000
Montenegro 50,000
TOTAL 11,016,000

There were 16 million deaths!!!
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The world war was fought across the globe at various locations and a lot of countries sent their soldiers. This had increased the number of casualties tent. Determining the exact number of casualties is very difficult as no exactly correct figures can be found but according to an estimate, 21 million people died while another 20 million were wounded. These deaths include military as well as civilian casualties. If we look at the military deaths alone, 16% of British army died, 30% of the Russian empire, 12% of Italy, 8 % of Siberia and 6% of Romania, 35% of the Austria-Hungary Empire, 10 % of Ottoman Empire and 52 % soldiers of Germany died. If you need a break down of all the military and civilian deaths and the wounded of the 26 countries involved in the war, visit the link:  en.wikipedia.org
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Over 2 million
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5.3 million
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The World War 1 or the Great War is considered as a global war which took place from 1914 to 1918. The war was primarily fought in Europe.

Around 60 million troops were mobilized by different countries of Europe in this war. There were more than 40 million deaths during the war. This included 20 million military and civilian casualties.

5,717,706 of the military from the Entente Powers was killed, alongwith 3,667,757 civilians. Apart from that there were 12,809,280 of the armed forces that were wounded.

On the other hand, the central powers faced 4,038,397 military deaths, 5,193,000 civilian deaths and 8,419,533 wounded military men.

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World War 1, in other words the Great World War started on the 28th of June 1914 when Austria and Hungary declared war on Serbia. When they declared War Russia became allies with Serbia then Germany declared war on Russia on the 1st of August 1914 then on France on the 3rd It ended on the 11th of November 1918. Eight million soldiers, including more than 50,000 Americans died. 12-million ordinary people died. German lost 1,700,000 men and over 4,200,000 injured. France had 1,300,000 deaths and over 4,200,000 injured.
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Well, considering that I was in the friggin war, I believe about 20 million of my family members, or, brothers, died in that war. And about 11,500 of dem korea people also died. I also believe that it was all a big joke to trick jesus into thinking there was a war on his birthday! WHITE POWER.
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Wow, a lot of you people need to get your facts straight, but of course we can not determine the actual fatalities, due to the fact we were not there, but an approximate number would be great, and 10 to 16 million sounds about right. It can not be above 45 million due to the fact that the Spanish Influenza had a greater fatality number.
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There were over 29514250 deaths in World war 1.
There were different causalities in different countries. Highest death rate was in Russia with 6,650,000 deaths and lowest was in Japan of 0.2% with 1,250 deaths.
USA had 321,000 deaths and India had 108,000 deaths. Great Britain had 2,367,000 deaths. French umpire had 5,651,000 deaths. Germany had 5,952,000 deaths. South Africa had

  19,000 deaths.
Do, Visit World War 1 Casualities and see more countries' causalities during World war 1.
Anonymous Profile
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The total number of casualties in World War I, both military and civilian, were about 37 million
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Well now I'm totally confused :(
everyone of you guys says something so....
Which one is the answer :D
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My history book says about 26 million people died, half of them died as a result of diseases, starvation, and exposure. 20 million people were wounded and 10 million were refugees.
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Everyone is saying millions of people but they are lying and stupid! I am studying ww1 atm and it was only about 7,564 PEOPLE!
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Well, seeing as nobody can be bothered to actually give the real answer without proof, we'll just give it the most generic answer possible: 42.
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Wow all you people are stupid . It was between 9 and 10 million deaths, and hundred of thousands were wounded or missing in action . Get your facts straight .
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World War I also known as the First World War, the Great War and "The War to End All Wars", was basically a military conflict which occurred mostly in Europe during 1914 and 1918. It was a hard fought war which left millions of people dead it is said that World War I helped shape the modern World.

World War I was fought between the Allied Powers which comprised of France, Russia, the British Empire and later on joined by Italy and United States against the Central Powers comprising of Austria-Hungary, German Empire, Bulgaria and the Ottoman Empire.

Most of the war was fought took place around the Western Front. The World War I resulted in break-up of four territories that of Austro-Hungarian, German, Ottoman and the Russian.

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