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  1. Jun 23, 2022 · The Polish War casualties have been contradicted with the Polish government reporting 6.02 million deaths including 3 million ethnic Poles and 3 million Jews. Although Japan was heavily involved in World War II, it is estimated that only 2.5-3.1 million Japanese were killed in the war, representing only 3.5% of its pre-war population.

  2. Around 6 million Polish citizens perished during World War II: about one fifth of the pre-war population. Most were civilian victims of the war crimes and crimes against humanity during the occupation by Nazi Germany and the Soviet Union. Statistics for Polish World War II casualties are divergent and contradictory.

  3. The second reason has to do with the Polish state itself. How many died in the Battle of France? Total allied losses including the capture of the French army amounted to 2,292,000. Casualties, killed or wounded, were as follows: France – 90,000 killed, 200,000 wounded and approximately 1,800,000 imprisoned. How many French died in ww2?

  4. Invasion of Poland, attack on Poland by Nazi Germany that marked the start of World War II. The invasion lasted from September 1 to October 5, 1939. As dawn broke on September 1, 1939, German forces launched a surprise attack on Poland. Army Group North attacked from Pomerania and East Prussia, while Army Group South drove deep into southern Poland from Silesia and Slovakia. Strategically ...

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  5. Nov 22, 2021 · Polish researchers of the Institute of National Remembrance have estimate about roughly 800,000 ethnic Polish victims during the German occupation including 400,000 in prisons, 148,000 killed in executions and 240,000 deaths among those deported to concentration camps, including 70-75,000 at Auschwitz.

  6. Answer (1 of 4): This is a challenging question and I can’t find any references for the total casualties on all sides let alone the Polish ones, as those who fought for the Polish kings included not only Poles but Lithuanians, Polonised Ruthenians, Cossacks at different times, Lipki Tartars, Prus...

  7. Nov 30, 2010 · The German invasion of Poland had an utterly devastating effect on the Polish Jews. On the eve of World War 2 Poland had by far the largest Jewish population in Europe. About 3 milllion...

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