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World War II casualties
World War II was the deadliest military conflict in history in absolute terms of total dead. Over 60 million people were killed, which was about 3% of the 1940 world population (est. 2.3 billion). The tables below give a detailed country-by-country count of human losses. World War II fatality statistics vary, with estimates of total dead ranging from 50 million to more than 80 million. The higher figure of over 80 million includes deaths from war-related disease and famine. Civilians killed totalled 50 to 55 million, including 19 to 28 million from war-related disease and famine. Total military dead: from 21 to 25 million, including deaths in captivity of about 5 million prisoners of war.
Recent historical scholarship has shed new light on the topic of Second World War casualties. Research in Russia since the collapse of the Soviet Union has caused a revision of estimates of Soviet war dead. According to Russian government figures USSR losses within postwar borders now stand at 26.6 million. In August 2009 the Polish Institute of National Remembrance (IPN) researchers estimated Poland's dead at between 5.6 and 5.8 million. The historian Rüdiger Overmans of the German Armed Forces Military History Research Office published a study in 2000 that estimated German military dead and missing at 5.3 million.
 
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Human losses by country

Total deaths

Human losses of World War II by country
(when the number of deaths in a country is disputed, a range of war losses is given)
The details of the figures are provided in the footnotes
CountryTotal population
1/1/1939
Military
deaths from all causes
Civilian deaths due to
military activity and crimes against humanity
Civilian deaths due to
war related famine and disease
Total
deaths
Deaths as % of
1939 population
Albania A 1,073,000[13] 30,000[14] 30,000 2.80
Australia B 6,968,000[13] 39,700[15] 700[16] 40,400 .58
Austria(German-controlled) C 6,653,000[13] Included with German Army Included with Germany (see table below)S3
Belgium D 8,387,000[13] 12,000[17] 76,000[17] 88,000 1.05
BrazilE 40,289,000[13] 1,000[18] 1,000[19] 2,000 .00
BulgariaF 6,458,000[13] 18,500[18] 3,000[20] 21,500 0.33
Burma(British)G 16,119,000[13] 2,600[21] 250,000[21] 252,600 1.57
CanadaH 11,267,000[13] 42,000[22] 1,600[23] 43,600 0.38
China I 517,568,000[13] 3,000,000[24]
to 3,750,000[25]
7,357,000[26]
to 8,191,000[27]
c.5,000,000
to c.10,000,000
c.15,000,000[28]
to c.20,000,000[28]
2.90 to 3.86
CubaJ 4,235,000[13] 100[29] 100 .00
Czechoslovakia(in postwar 1945-1992 borders)K 14,612,000[30] 46,000[31]
to 35,000[32]
294,000[31] to
320,000[32]
340,000 to 355,000 2.33
2.43
DenmarkL 3,795,000[13] 6,000[33] 6,000 .16
Dutch East IndiesM 69,435,000[13] 11,500[34][35] c.300,000[36] c.2,400,000[37]
to c.4,000,000[38]
c.3,000,000
to c.4,000,000
4.3 to 5.76
Egypt MA 16,492,000 [13] 1,100 [39] 1,100 .00
Estonia(within 1939 borders)N 1,134,000[13] Included with the Soviet, German, and Finnish Armies 67,000[40] 67,000 5.91
EthiopiaO 17,700,000[13] 15,000[41] 85,000 100,000[41] 0.56
FinlandP 3,700,000[13] 83,000[42] 2,000[43] 85,000 2.30
FranceFranceQincluding colonies 41,680,000[43] 210,000[43] 390,000[43] 600,000 1.44
French IndochinaR 24,664,000[13] 1,000,000
to 2,000,000[44]
1,000,000
to 2,200,000
4.05 to 8.11
GermanyS 69,300,000[45] 4,440,000[46] to 5,318,000[47][48] c.3,000,00 .S1to c.1,500,000S2 c.7,400,000
to c. 6,900,000
(see table below)S3
Greece GreeceT 7,222,000[13] 35,100[49] 171,800[49] 300,000[50]
to 600,000[49]
507,000
to 807,000
7.02 to11.17
Guam GuamTA 22,800[51] 1,000[52]
to 2,000[53]
1,000
to 2,000
4.39 to 8.77
Hungary Hungary U 9,129,000[51] 300,000[54] 264,000[55] 564,000 6.18
IcelandV 118,900[56] 200[57] 200 .17
India(British)W 377,800,000[58] 87,000[59] 1,500,000[60]
to 2,500,000[61]
c.1,600,000
to c.2,600,000
0.42 to 0.69
IranX 14,340,000[62] 200[63] 200 .00
Iraq Iraq'Y 3,698,000[64] 500[63] 200[65] 700 .01
IrelandZ 2,960,000[66] Irish volunteers included with UK Armed Forces 100[67] 100 0.00
ItalyAA 44,394,000[68] 291,400[69] 153,200[70] 444,500 1.00
JapanAB 71,380,000[71] c.2,100,000[72]to
2,566,000[73]
c.550,000[74]to
672,000[73]
>2,500,000[75]
to 3,238,000[73]
3.50 to 4.54
Korea(Japanese Colony)AC 24,326,000[76] Included with Japanese military 483,000[77]
to 533,000[78]
483,000
to 533,000
1.99to
2.19
Latvia(within 1939 borders)AD 1,994,500[79] Included with the Soviet and German Armies 220,000[80] 220,000 11.03
Lithuania(within 1939 borders)AE 2,575,00[81] Included with the Soviet and German Armies 345,000[82] 345,000 13.4
LuxembourgAF 295,000[83] Included with German & Belgian military 5,000[43] 5,000 1.69
Malaya &SingaporeAG 5,118,000[84] 100,000[85] 100,000 1.95
Malta Malta(British)AH 269,000[86] Included with U.K.
MexicoAI 19,320,000[87] 100[88] 100 .00
MongoliaAJ 819,000[89] 300[90] 300 .04
Australia Nauru(Australian) AK 3,400[91] 500[92] 500 14.7
Nepal BG 6,087,000[93] Included with British Indian Army
NetherlandsAL 8,729,000[94] 6,700[95] 187,300[95] 16,000[95] 210,000 2.41
Newfoundland(British)AM 320,000[96] included with the U.K. & Canada 100[97] 100 .03
New ZealandAN 1,629,000[98] 11,700[99] 11,700 .72
NorwayAO 2,945,000[100] 2,000[43] 8,200[101] 10,200 .35
Australia Papua andNew Guinea(Australian)AP 1,292,000[102] 15,000[103] 15,000 1.16
Philippines(U.S. Territory)AQ 16,000,000[13] 27,000[104] 164,000[104] 336,000[104] 527,000 3.29
Poland Poland(within 1939 borders)AR 34,849,000 [105] 240,000[106] 5,620,000[107]
to 5,820,000[108]
c.5,900,000[109]
to c.6,000,000[110]
16.93 to 17.22
Portuguese TimorAS 480,000[111] 40,000[112]
to 70,000[112]
40,000
to 70,000
8.33 to 14.58
Romania Romania (in postwar 1945 borders) AT 15,970,000[43] 300,000[31] 200,000[31] 500,000[31] 3.13
Belgium Ruanda-Urundi(Belgian)AU 3,800,000[113] 300,000[114] 300,000 7.89
South Africa South AfricaAW 10,160,000[115] 11,900[116] 11,900 .12
Empire of Japan South Pacific Mandate(Japanese)AX 127,000[117] 10,000[118] 10,000 7.87
Soviet Union (within 1946–91 borders) AY 168,525,000[6] 8,668,000[119]
to 10,922,000[120]
9,584,000[121]
to 7,420,000[122]
c.8,600,000[123]
[124]
[125]
c.27,000,000[126][127][128] (see table below) AY4
Spain Spain AZ 25,637,000[129] Included with the German Army
Sweden BA 6,341,00[130] 100.[131] 2,000 [132] 2,100 .03
SwitzerlandBB 4,210,000[133] 100 [134] 100 .00
Thailand BC 15,023,000[135] 5,600[136] 2,000[136] 7,600 .05
Turkey Turkey BD 17,370,000[137] 200[138] 200 .00
United KingdomBEincluding British Colonies 47,760,000[139] 383,700[140] 67,200[141] 450,900 .94
United StatesBF 131,028,000[142] 407,300 BF1 12,100BF2 419,400 .32
YugoslaviaBG 15,490,000[143] 300,000[144]
to 446,000 [145]
581,000[145]
to 1,400,000[144]
1,027,00[145]
to 1,700,000[144]
6.63 to 10.97
Other NationsBH c.300,000,000
Approx. Totals c.2,300,000,000[2] c. 21,000,000
to c.25,500,000
c.29,000,000
to c.30,500,000
c.19,000,000
to c.28,000,000
c.70,000,000
to c.85,000,000
c.3.0 to c.3.7
  • Figures are rounded to the nearest hundredth place.
  • Military casualties include deaths of regular military forces from combat as well as non-combat causes. Partisan and resistance fighter deaths are included with military losses. The deaths of prisoners of war in captivity and personnel missing in action are also included with military deaths. Whenever possible the details are given in the footnotes.
  • The armed forces of the various nations are treated as single entities, for example the deaths of Austrians, French and foreign nationals of German ancestry in eastern Europe in the Wehrmacht are included with German military losses.
  • The official casualty statistics published by the governments of the United States, France, and the UK do not give the details of the national origin, race and religion of the losses.
  • Civilian casualties include deaths caused by strategic bombingHolocaust victimsGerman war crimesJapanese war crimespopulation transfers in the Soviet UnionAllied war crimes, and deaths due to war related famine and disease. The exact breakdown is not always provided in the sources cited.
Before the 2nd world war, greed had poisoned mens' soul, for one more time in human history.
The lust for material wealth and domination, of the few, turned, involuntarily, one of the most excellent and kind Nations, to the DE-"ISIS" of that time. And the consequence of this atrocity was the loss of more than 60 million innocent people.
A part of those 60 million people, who have been lost unjustly, willingly fought against the "dark forces" of their time knowing that they were endangering their own life. Why did they made such a choice?
 
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They fought because they had dignity and because they knew that Freedom and Democracy and National Independence and Civilization are invaluable and that without them Human Life becomes, almost, intolerable.
They fought, each and everyone of them, either in the battle fields as soldiers, or in their motherlands as supporters of their troops. In their minds they were keeping a briliant vision of a prosperus future, for their children, for their families, for their fellow citizens and for the humanity as a whole.
People who lost their lives during 2nd World War wanted, to live peacefully, to enjoy freedom to work honestly for earning their living, to enjoy the freedom to walk safely within their own cities, to enjoy the friendships of their fellow neighbours, to enjoy the freedom to arrange themselves for the collective matters of their own cities and their own countries, to enjoy the freedom to give the best possible education to their children and to rise them in a way for making them good human beings, to enjoy every reasonable and dissent opportunity for developing themselves as much as possible, to remain harmless and non-violent to the foreigners and to the rest of the Nations, to enjoy Justice and Democracy, and many of them, to become worthy of God's bleshings.
All those people who lost their lives during 2nd World War have entrusted to us the Seeds of their invaluable Kindness, which is, essentially, the precipitation of their unique Nobility.
How do we treat these noble Seeds of Kindness?
Do we honor and utilize worthily those noble Seeds?
The Freedom and the Autonomy that we enjoy, during our days, do we utilize them for enhansing our Peace, our Freedom, our Friendships and our, even frugal, Prosperity?
Do we utilize those noble Seeds for strengthening the Goodness and the Kindness of our present world?
As human beings, do we worth the invaluable heritage of our heroic ancestors?
And, finally, as human beings, are we worthy at all?
 
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