Civilian deaths were detailed in the russian study -human losses of the ussr in the period of wwii: civilian deaths by intentional actions of violence 7,420,000 deaths of forced laborers 2,164,000 deaths due to famine and disease 8,500,000(including 41 million in the occupied territories. Why were casualties so high on the western front there are many reasons for the casualties on the western front during world war i, such as the length of the war, the weapons involved, strategy and tactics, and the conditions. It is so amazing when people ask this question why so many deaths during the war i see only 2 options 1) aggressor (hitler) was the cause 2) dependent (stalin) was the cause.
Why were casualties so high in civil war this is a history research essay i want my thesis to be something like this: medical treatment, development of new technology and outdated tactics contribute to the high causalities of the civil war. August 2012: prices were high as a result of hurricane isaac, which hit the us gulf coast region on august 28, 2012 in anticipation of the category 1 hurricane, refineries in the area shut down production as a result, crude oil production lost 13 million barrels per day this caused the average national price of gas to jump in one day, from $305 per gallon to $380 per gallon on wednesday. There were an estimated 15 million casualties reported during the civil war a casualty is a military person lost through death, wounds, injury, sickness, internment, capture, or through being missing in action. The far-reaching consequences of the recent drop in oil prices have been a testimony to just how central crude is in american life: with cheap gasoline bringing more drivers onto the road, traffic.
Why earthquakes in china are so damaging in the aftermath of another major tremor, lax enforcement of building codes remains a serious problem in the country matt schiavenza. Home hiroshima q & a why were the estimated casualtie hiroshima why were the estimated casualties for the americans so high atomic bombing of japan comprehension asked by aaron e #773023 on 3/23/2018 7:00 am last updated by jill d #170087 on 3/23/2018 11:43 pm answers 1 add yours. It used to be that rich and fat were terms associated with people, not dessert a portly shape, in fact, signaled the good life if you ever saw the musical oliver, you may recall the number.
The battle of okinawa began on 1 april, 1945 with the largest amphibious assault of the pacific war the united states, having “hopped” their way across the pacific ocean, planned to use the island as a base for an assault on the japanese mainland. Explain why there were so many casualties in ww1 posted on october 3, 2014 by 16litsterp the first world war is prominent for a variety of reasons, but one of the main features of this war was the large amount of casualties. A survey carried out by the charity save the children in 2010 found that only 14 percent of births are attended in afghanistan, and that only 16 percent of women were using modern contraception. Casualties of the iraq war 24% to others, 46% unknown the causes of violent deaths were gunshot (56%), car bomb (13%), the excess deaths reported by burnham et al included only 82% of deaths from nonviolent causes, so inclusion of these deaths will not increase the agreement between the estimates from the ifhs and burnham et al.
The high cost of medical care is giving some americans sticker shock annual health care spending in the us is estimated to be $35 trillion hospital costs make up almost a third of that total. Well, world war 1 war earlier than the rest of the war's of course, so there were not nearly as many medical advancements there were few doctors, and even fewer that knew what they were doing. Other countries that suffered high civilian deaths include russia (2 million), serbia (650,000) and rumania (500,000) considering the state of deprivation at the time, some commentators believe that the estimated 70 million people that died during the influenza pandemic should also be recorded as war deaths. The battle of the somme, fought in northern france, was one of the bloodiest of world war one - in total there were one million casualties.
Vietnam war casualties alan rohn december 10, which also happened to be the deadliest year with 16,899 deaths the high casualty in 1968 also was caused by the first massive offensive from north vietnam, at least 25,000 soldiers who died in vietnam war were 20 years old or younger. The reason russian casulties were so high is because stalin kept ordering his troops to attack fixed front positions and the germans kept performing double pincer movements and encircled and destroyed whole soviet armies. I was reading a wikipedia article on the casualties of world war 2 and was surprised to see the number so high at 60 million what i found most surprising though was that of this 60 million, 27 million of those were from the soviet union. The total german casualties on d-day are not known, but are estimated as being between 4000 and 9000 men the losses of the german forces during the battle of normandy can onl y be estimated roughly 200,000 german troops were killed or wounded.
There were 8-9 million military deaths, and 6-7 million civilian deaths considering that most of the war was trench-warfare with very stable front-lines, and immediate frontline area was more or less cleared from civilians. Why are there so many murders in chicago by aaron m renn 02/02/2013 after over 500 murders in chicago in 2012, the windy city’s violence epidemic continues – 2013 saw the deadliest january in over a decade – and continues to make national news. Best answer: casualties in wwi were so high because while technology had changed and people now had machine guns, tactics did not change eventually this lead to creation of trenches, people charging trenched positions were cut down by machine gun fire, also the trenches themselves were highly unsanitary and spread disease.
Why american infant mortality rates are so high closer to 2 or 3 deaths out of every 1,000 however, carefully parsing out the data shows that the story is more complicated than those simple statistics explaining the numbers those babies born to mothers in the united states without these advantages were more likely to die than any. High casualties in ww1 on the western front the two sides were fairly evenly matched the war became a 'war of attrition' it was very much a conflict of numbers and of t he industrial. Best answer: hannah -- the second indochina (vietnam) war lasted from may 1954 (if you use the start date used by many historians) or from november 1955 when the first us military advisers were sent to vietnam us combat troops were sent to vietnam in april 1965 although the navy and air force were already active well before. Over 2,100 palestinians were killed in the 51-day conflict and 10,000 injured, with 69 percent of the fatalities civilians and at least 501 children, according to the united nations around 500,000 palestinians were displaced at the height of the conflict, with 18,000 homes destroyed and 100,000 people left homeless.