World War One Total Deaths

World War One came to an end One Hundred Years ago

World War One cost the lives of about 17 million people worldwide. About 9 million civilians (many through disease and malnutrition) and 8 million military personnel, lost their lives.  Almost 2 out of every 100 people in the world.

The Armistice between the Allies and Germany came into effect at 11 a.m. Paris time, on 11 November 1918,  (the eleventh hour of the eleventh day of the eleventh month), ending more than four years of the deadliest war in history at the time. The war that began on 28 July 1914.

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World War One came to an end One Hundred Years ago.

The Armistice between the Allies and Germany came into effect at 11 a.m. Paris time, on 11 November 1918,  (the eleventh hour of the eleventh day of the eleventh month), ending more than four years of the deadliest war in history at the time. The war that began on 28 July 1914.


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World War One cost the lives of about 17 million people worldwide. About 9 million civilians (many through disease and malnutrition) and 8 million military personnel, lost their lives.  Almost 2 out of every 100 people in the world.

Total World War One Deaths

Grand total: 17.3 million total deaths.(+/- 1.8 million). About 1.69% to 1.89% of the world population in 1914.

Entente Powers (UK-France etc)

From the Entente Powers there were about 9.6 million deaths, from a population of 806 million. About 1.15% of their population.

  •  Australia: 60,740 total deaths. (+/- 1.4 thousand). About 1.19% to 1.24% of the population
  •  Canada: 62,818 total deaths. (+/- 4 thousand). About 0.81% to 0.93% of the population
  •  India: 69,177 total deaths. (+/- 5 thousand). About 0.02% to 0.02% of the population
  •  New Zealand: 17,386 total deaths. (+/- 0.7 thousand). About 1.52% to 1.64% of the population
  •  Newfoundland: 1,387 total deaths. (+/- 0.2 thousand). About 0.6% to 0.79% of the population
  •  South Africa: 8,424 total deaths. (+/- 1 thousand). About 0.12% to 0.16% of the population
  •  United Kingdom (and Colonies): 939,758 total deaths. (+/- 72 thousand). About 1.91% to 2.23% of the population
  •  Belgium: 134,104 total deaths. (+/- 10 thousand). About 1.67% to 1.95% of the population
  •  France: 1,717,400 total deaths. (+/- 20 thousand). About 4.29% to 4.39% of the population
  •  Greece: 165,500 total deaths. (+/- 10 thousand). About 3.23% to 3.67% of the population
  •  Italy: 1,147,900 total deaths. (+/- 95 thousand). About 2.96% to 3.49% of the population
  •  Empire of Japan: 2,481 total deaths. (+/- 2 thousand). About 0% to 0.01% of the population
  •  Montenegro: 8,163 total deaths. (+/- 5 thousand). About 0.6% to 2.67% of the population
  •  Portugal: 89,235 total deaths. (+/- 0 thousand). About About 1.49% of the population
  •  Romania: 622,853 total deaths. (+/- 43 thousand). About 7.73% to 8.88% of the population
  •  Russian Empire: 3,117,185 total deaths. (+/- 277 thousand). About 1.62% to 1.94% of the population
  •  Serbia: 1,000,000 total deaths. (+/- 250 thousand). About 16.67% to 27.78% of the population
  •  United States: 117,465 total deaths. (+/- 0 thousand). About 0.0013 of the population

Central Powers (Germany-Australia etc)

From the Central Powers there were about 7.6 million deaths, from a population of 142 million. About 5.4% of their population.

  •  Austria-Hungary: 1,934,100 total deaths. (+/- 147 thousand). About 3.48% to 4.05% of the population
  •  Bulgaria: 187,500 total deaths. (+/- 0 thousand). About About 3.41% of the population
  •  German Empire: 2,499,570 total deaths. (+/- 301 thousand). About 3.39% to 4.32% of the population
  •  Ottoman Empire: 3,048,422 total deaths. (+/- 223 thousand). About 13.26% to 15.36% of the population

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