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There where 416,809 men enlisted, of which over 60,000 were killed and 156,000 wounded, gassed, or taken prisoner.

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Q: How many Australian troops died in The Battle of the Somme?
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What happened in the battle somme?

people died

How many British soldiers died or were wounded at the battle of Somme 1916 and the third battle of Ypres 1917?

420,000 british men were killed at the battle of the somme

How many Canadian died in the battle of somme?

first day 57000 were killed

Could the Battle Of Somme been avoided?

it could have been avoided because if the battle of Verdun had not of started there would not of been the battle of somme. the somme was ment to be a distraction for the Germans to help the french recover there wounded men. If the leaders were beter not as mutch men would of died

Why wasn't the battle of the Somme a total disaster?

It was a disaster...over 1,000,000 soldiers died in it...

How many Canadians died in the somme battle?

Canadian casualties at the Somme were about 24,000 of which 7,900 were killed; plus another 255 dead from Newfoundland.(Newfoundland was not part of Canada in 1916)

Was iwa gima this the worst battle yet?

Not by a long shot. The casualties on each side of the battle of Iwo Jima were only around 25,000 each. The worst battle in history is debatably the battle of the Somme, where 20,000 British soldiers died on the very first day of battle. Between July and November of 1916, approximately 1 million soldiers total died at the Somme.

How many died during the somme?

432,000 British soldiers were killed or wounded in the battle of the Somme. The French lost nearly 200,000 men and the Germans lost an estimated 500,000. Taken From: The Somme - From Defeat To Victory (BBC documentary from 2006)

When did the somme start?

The Battle of Somme began on July 1, 1916 and did not end until November 18,1916. It was fought on both sides of the River Somme and in the course of four months, there were more than a million casualties. It is considered one of the bloodiest wars of humanity.

What are facts about the battle of somme?

Why is it called Somme ? Why is Somme important ? Where is Somme written in the School building of Daisyfieldprimaryschool in blackburn 2009 Lancashire? on the first day 20'000 British troops died it was led by Douglas hag (British side) it started on July 1st

How many Australian troops died in World War 2?

There was 39,800 Australian military deaths and 700 civilian deaths.

How many union troops died at the Battle of the Wilderness?

2,246 Union soldiers died in that battle. The Confederates lost 1,495 soldiers.