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Casualties in WW2

Soviet Union

25,568,000

China

11,324,000

Germany

7,060,000

Poland

6,850,000

Japan

1,806,000

Yugoslavia

1,700,000

Rumania

985,000

France

810,000

Greece

520,000

USA

495,000

Austria

480,000

Italy

410,000

Great Britain

388,000

Holland

250,000

Belgium

85,000

Finland

79,000

Canada

42,000

India

36,000

Australia

29,000

Albania

28,000

Spain

22,000

Bulgaria

21,000

New Zealand

12,000

Norway

10,000

South Africa

9,000

Luxembourg

5,000

Denmark

4,000

TOTAL

59,028,000




Casualties in WW3

If the World Trade Center attack on September 11 2001 is considered the trigger required to start World War 3, a total of 3,000 should be added to the figures below.


Source: www.september11victims.com
The death count (of mainly Iraqi civilians) so far, updated daily.





CIVILIAN DEATHS

Latest updates:

Mar 15-17: Bodies of kidnapped Awakening Council members found shot dead in east Dalouiya

Mar 15-16: Security guard for cell phone company shot dead near Anwar al-Aasi, Kirkuk

Mar 15: Three shot dead in Daquq

Mar 15: Oil expert by bomb attached to car, Ghazaliya, west Baghdad

Mar 15: Off-duty policeman shot dead in Maydan, Mosul

Mar 15: Woman in crossfire between US/Iraqi security forces and gunmen, Hmeidat, west of Mosul

Mar 15: Bodies of three men found shot dead, Shbaija, Daquq

Mar 14: Brother of Awakening Council leader by bomb attached to car, Azamiya, Baghdad

Mar 14: Football player shot dead by policeman in Buhayrat, north of Hilla

Mar 14: Mosul University professor shot dead in al-Nur, Mosul

Mar 14: Six former detainees shot dead by police near Haditha

Mar 14: Off-duty policewoman shot dead in Al-Sarai market, Mosul

Mar 14: Body of man in his 40s found shot dead in river, Al-Buhayrat, Iskandriya

Mar 13: School guard shot dead east of Baquba

Mar 13: Bus driver shot dead in Imam Wis, northeast of Baquba

Mar 13: Woman by roadside bomb, Al-Mikanik, Doura, south Baghdad

Mar 12: Two shot dead in Sadoun Street, central Baghdad

Mar 12: Sunni religious leader shot dead, Muhaijran, south of Basra

Mar 12: Policeman by roadside bomb in Dorat Baghdad, Mosul

Mar 12: Off-duty policeman shot dead near home in Al-Nabi Yunus, east Mosul

Mar 12: Body of man found shot dead in Al-Nur, east Mosul

Mar 11: Body found decapitated in Khadrah, east Mosul

Mar 11: One by car bomb in west Mosul

Mar 11: Policeman shot dead near Banira, south Jalawlaa

Mar 11: 1-2 by car bomb near primary school, Tiseen, Kirkuk

Mar 10: Six-year-old girl by bomb or hand grenade, Sheikh Fethi, west Mosul

Mar 10: Female employee of Mosul University shot dead in home, Thawra, west Mosul

Mar 10: 2-3 by car bomb, possibly suicide, in al-Hamdaniya, east of Mosul

Mar 10: Police driver by roadside bomb, Al-Riyad, southwest Kirkuk

Mar 10: 32-33 by suicide bomber or suicide car bomb in Abu Ghraib

Mar 09: Greengrocer shot dead in Ras al Jadda, west Mosul

Mar 09 : Policeman by bicycle bomb near police station in Mishada, north of Baghdad

Mar 09: Three in clashes between gunmen and police, al-Salam, east Mosul

Mar 09: Body of man in his twenties found shot and tortured in Himreen, s. of al-Saadiya

Mar 09: Policeman by roadside bomb in Al-Zuhour, northeast Mosul

Mar 09: Two police shot dead in New Mosul







Source: www.iraqbodycount.org.


Get the latest allied fatality count since the invasion of Baghdad here (2,692 as of September 21, 2006).


Financial Cost of WW1

$196.5 billion (adjusted for 1990 dollar values)


Source: www.cwc.lsu.edu

Financial Cost of WW2

$2,091.3 billion (adjusted for 1990 dollar values)


Source: www.cwc.lsu.edu

Financial Cost of WW3

$610,161,558,627

To see more details, click here.

Source: www.taxpayer.net




Countries Involved in WW1
Australia

Austria


Belgium

Bulgaria

Canada


France

Germany


Great Britain

Greece


India

Iraq

Italy

Japan


Montenegro

New Zealand



Poland

Portugal


Rhodesia

Romania

Russia


Serbia

South Africa



Turkey

United States


Countries Involved in WW2
Albania, Algeria

Australia

Austria, Belgium, Borneo



Bulgaria

Burma, Canada, Ceylon

Chile, China

Congo, Cuba

Czechoslovakia

Denmark, Egypt

Eritrea, Ethiopia

Finland, France

Germany, Gibraltar

Great Britain

Greece, Grenada

Gilbert Islands

Hong Kong, Hungary, India

Iraq, Israel

Italy

Japan, Korea, Malaya

Malta, Marshall Islands

Morocco, Netherlands

New Guinea, New Zealand

Nicaragua, Norway

Pakistan, Palestine

Philippines



Poland

Portugal


Romania

Sicily, Singapore

Solomon Islands

Somalia, South Africa

Soviet Union, Spain

Sweden, Switzerland

Syria, Thailand, Tunisia

Turkey

United States

Vietnam, Yugoslavia




Countries Involved in WW3 (So far, including suggested benefit):
Afghanistan

Albania: hopes to join NATO.

Australia: reinforcing ties with US.

Bahrain: cementing security ties with US.

Bulgaria: pending NATO membership.

Croatia: hopes to join NATO.

Czech Republic: reinforcing ties with US.

Denmark: reinforcing ties with US and NATO.

Egypt: extra US aid.

Estonia: pending NATO membership.

Great Britain: No immediate benefit, but part of a long running doctrine that the interests of the UK are best served by maintaining a 'special relationship' with the US.

Hungary: strengthening ties with US.

Iraq: Invaded by US forces on March 20, 2003

Iran: Rumors of US invasion throughout 2006.

Israel: Supports the US in most diplomatic affairs

Italy: strengthening ties with US.

Jordan: military and economic aid.

Kuwait: strengthening security ties with US.

Latvia: pending NATO membership.

Lithuania: pending NATO membership.

Macedonia: hopes to join NATO.

Norway

NATO

Oman: regional security.

Pakistan

Philippines

Poland: Will Poland's president be NATO's next Secretary-General?

Portugal: strengthening ties with US.

Qatar: strengthening ties with US.

Romania: strengthening ties with US.

Saudi Arabia: strengthening ties between Saudi security forces and the US.

Slovenia: pending NATO membership.

Slovakia: pending NATO membership.

Spain: strengthening ties with US.

South Korea

Turkey: position has never been clear, and £9.4bn in aid now in doubt.

United Arab Emirates: regional security

United States: leading the fight against 'axis of evil'
Source: Guardian Unlimited
Countries critical of Iraq War:

Canada, France, Germany, Russia (were all banned from bidding for reconstruction programs in Iraq), Chile, New Zealand, Syria.


Apparent Enemies:

Taliban, Ba'athist Iraq, Ba'ath Loyalists, Hezbollah, al-Qaeda, Waziristan tribesmen, Iraqi insurgency, Jemaah Islamiyah, Abu Sayyaf, Salafist Group for Preaching and Combat



Leaders Involved in WW1

Alexandre Millerand, Andrew Bonar Law, Antonio Salandra, Aristide Briand, Arthur Balfour, Arthur Henderson, Arthur Ponsonby, Benito Mussolini, Charles Trevelyan, David Lloyd George, Dragutin Dimitrijevic, E. D. Morel, Edouard Daladier, Edouard Herriot, Edouard Vaillant, Eduard Benes, Edward House, Eleftherios Venizelos, Frederick Smith, Gaston Doumergue, George Barnes, George Lansbury, Georges Clemenceau, Giacomo Matteotti, Giovanni Giolitti, Henry Cabot Lodge, Herbert Asquith, Herbert Samuel, James Keir Hardie, James Thomas, Jan Smuts, Jean Jaurés, John Burns, John Morley, Joseph Caillaux, Joseph Clynes, Jules Guesde, King Albert I, King Carol, King Ferdinand, King Peter, Leon Blum, Leon Trotsky, Louis Botha, Louis Malvy, Newton Baker, Nikola Pasic, Paul Painleve, Philip Snowden, Pierre Laval, Radomir Putnik, Ramsay MacDonald, Raymond Poincare, Rene Viviani, Richard Haldane, Robert Borden, Robert Lansing, Sir Edward Grey, Theodore Roosevelt, Tomas Masaryk, Tsar Nicholas II, Victor Emmanuel III, Vittorio Orlando, Vladimir Lenin, W. M. Hughes, Walter Lippmann, Weetman Pearson, Wilfred Laurier, Will Crooks, William Joynson-Hicks, William Massey, William Taft, William Wedgwood Benn, Winston Churchill, Woodrow Wilson.



Leaders Involved in WW2

Adolf Hitler, Albert Lebrun, Andrei Vyshinsky, Antonio Gramsci, Antonio Salazar, Archibald MacLeish, Benito Mussolini, Carl Mannerheim, Chaim Weizmann, Chaing Kai-Shek, Charles De Gaulle, Clement Attlee, Constantin von Neurath, Drazha Mihailovic, Edouard Daladier, Emperor Hirohito, Engelbert Dollfuss, Farouk I, Francesco Nitti, Francisco Franco, Francois Mitterrand, Franklin D. Roosevelt, Franz Epp, Franz von Papen, Fumimaro Kondoye, Galaezzo Ciano, George II of Greece, George Mandel, Georgy Malenkov, Harold Macmillan, Harry Hopkins, Harry S. Truman, Heinrich Himmler, Henri Giraud, Herman Ehrhardt, Hermann Goering, Hideki Tojo, Invanoe Bonomi, John Anderson, John Foster Dulles, John J. McCloy, Joseph Goebbels, Joseph Stalin, Josip Tito, Kantaro Suzuki, Karl Doenitz, Kiichiro Hiranuma, Kimmochi Saionju, Lord Halifax, Lord Woolton, Matyas Rakos, Maurice Thorez, Menachem Begin, Moshe Dayan, Naruhiko Higashikuni, Neville Chamberlain, Nikita Khrushchev, Nikolai Bulganin, Pius XI, Pius XII, Queen Wilhelmina, Reinhard Heydrich, Rudolf Hess, Samuel Hoare, Sepp Dietrich, Shigenori Togo, Stanislaw Mikolajczyk, Victor Emmanuel III, Vittorio Orlando, Vyacheslav Molotov, Winston Churchill, Wladyslaw Raczkiewicz, Wladyslaw Sikorski, Yosuke Matsuoka.



Leaders Involved in WW3

US:

Colin Powell, Condoleeza Rice, Dick Cheney, Donald Rumsfeld, George W. Bush, Karl Rove, Paul Bremer, Paul Wolfowitz, Richard Perle, Saddam Hussein,


UK:

Tony Blair


Fictitious Characters:

Osama bin Laden


To be updated soon...






Nieuwsbrief nr. 42 – 6 april 2009 - pag.



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