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Most of the British Empire sent troops to aid the Allies during WWI. They fought alongside British and French troops all along the front line. Some idea of their contribution can be got from the figures for the numbers of each nationality killed during the war. Great Britain 700,000 India 62,000 Australia 59,000 Canada 57,000 New Zealand 16,000 South Africa 7,000 Newfoundland 1,000

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