The vast majority of the people who died during World War II were innocent civilians. It is estimated that at least 50 million died during the six years of fighting. A true accounting may never be known.
1,267,000 Canadians served in World War 2 and 37,000 died in that war. (Approx 43,000 died according to both Canadian Encyclopedia and Canadian Veterans Affairs)
A total of 16,563,868 lives were lost during World War 1.
7812 hampsters died.
1 person died and 1 was in hospital.
I know in world war 1, that influenza claimed a great many lives.
many innocent American lives were lost
Depends on how you classify "innocent".
Many innocent lives were lost to ignorance, and religion.
One thing that happened in the year of 2001 is when the World Trade Center fell and many innocent people died.
Around 60 million people were killed on all sides during World War 2. Most of them were innocent civilians.
It took too many innocent lives
Most definitely. The railways transported soldiers around places and transported many innocent lives to concentration camps which was controlled by the Nazis.
50 to 70 million people lost their lives in World War 2.
Approximately 2 million people....Not quite, more like 67,000
In Salem, Massachusetts; innocent people were accused of being witches and warlocks, many were tried and executed. Joseph McCarthy accused innocent people of being communists. Many lost their jobs, were sent to prison, and died in poverty or had their lives destroyed and never fully recovered.
Many people died in 9/11. Including the terrorists, but 2,977 innocent people died due to that event