According to the National WWII Museum, the Soviet Union suffered the most casualties in World War II. There was approximately 8 million to 10 million military deaths, and 24 million military and civilian deaths. More »

The total casualties in World War I are just under 37.5 million people, including soldiers killed, wounded, prisoners and missing in action. This war is among the bloodiest in recorded history. More »

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The National World War II museum estimates between 6 to 8 million total military and civilian German casualties in the second World War. Estimates of World War II casualties vary based on which casualties are included, w... More »

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World War II casualties vary significantly in different sources, but estimates suggest that the total number of casualties ranges from 50 million to 80 million people. From these, up to 25 million were military casualtie... More »

During World War II, the United States, Great Britain and the Soviet Union were the main powers that fought on the Allied side against the Axis powers of Germany, Japan and Italy. Other countries that joined forces with ... More »

The most frequently used weapons of World War II include the Mosin Nagant rifle used by the Soviet Union, the Karibiner 98k rifle used by Germany, and the M1 Garand and carbine rifles used by the United States. The Sovie... More »

World War II was won in 1945 by the main Allied powers, which consisted of the United States, Great Britain, China and the Soviet Union, that formed the primary alliance against the opposing Axis alliance. More »