Who lost the most troops in ww1?
World War 1 casualtiesEntente PowersPopulation (million)Dead soldiersRussia1641,811,000 to 2,254,369Serbia3.1275,000United States of America98.8117,000Australia4.561,96615 more rows.
Which country lost the most soldiers in the war?
Deaths by CountryCountryMilitary DeathsTotal Civilian and Military DeathsSoviet Union8,800,000-10,700,00024,000,000United Kingdom383,600450,700United States416,800418,500Yugoslavia446,0001,000,00036 more rows
How many American soldiers died in ww1?
OverviewWar or conflictDateTotal U.S. deathsCombatWorld War I1914–191853,402North Russia Campaign1918–1920American Expeditionary Force Siberia1918–192016069 more rows
How many ww1 soldiers are still missing?
In the United States Armed Forces, 78,750 personnel missing in action had been reported by the end of the war, representing over 19 percent of the total of 405,399 killed during the conflict.
What weapon killed the most in ww1?
ArtilleryArtillery was by far the greatest killer in the war; about 58.3 percent of German deaths were caused by artillery and about 41.7 percent by small arms.
Did more soldiers died in ww1 or ww2?
More than one million British military personnel died during the First and Second World Wars, with the First World War alone accounting for 886,000 fatalities. Nearly 70,000 British civilians also lost their lives, the great majority during the Second World War.