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World War II - Casualties

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  • John Allan, Paratrooper (1909 - 1944)
  • Sgt. Robert Alton Pegues (1923 - 1945)
    Sgt Robert A. Pegues enlisted in San Antonio, Texas on 10 November 1942. He was an armorer--gunner on a B-26 on a mission to Cologne, Germany. Sergeant Robert A. Pegues was flying on a combat missi...
  • Cpl. James Ray Peel (1922 - 1945)
    He was a Corporal in the 211th Chemical Maintenance Company. He died of Died Non-Battle wounds (DNB).
  • Robert Dickson (c.1924 - 1944)
    Reference: Ancestry Genealogy - SmartCopy : Apr 16 2021, 17:07:42 UTC
  • Sgt. Elmer A. Kempf (1914 - 1943)
    Name Elmer A Kempf From Fond Du Lac County, Wisconsin Death August 2, 1943 War World War II ID 6919936 Rank Sergeant Branch US Army Group 3rd Infantry Division, 9th Field Artillery Battalion Cause Host...

Casualties of World War Two

See also - World War II Main page

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Because many WW2 deaths went unrecorded estimates for the total number of casualties in the war vary. Some estimates suggest that 75 million people died in the war, including about 20 million military personnel and 40 million civilians. ["World War II Fatalities". Retrieved 20 April 2007.]


The above table at WIKI World War II shows the distribution of World War II deaths. // Main Reference WIKI World War II Information shared under the Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike License - see Creative Commons Licenses
// this project is in History Link