Genocide

Some rough estimates and comparisons:

First World War: June 28th 1914 – October 3rd 1918.
1558 days.
Number of allied victims: 5.152.115 – 3.307 per day.
Number of central victims: 6.093.000 – 3.911 per day.

Second World War: September 1st 1939 – September 2nd 1945.
2193 days.
Number of victims: 55.000.000 – 25.080 per day.

Second World War in Europe: September 1st 1939 – May 7th 1945.
2.075 days.
Poles killed: 4.200.000 – 2.024 per day.
Germans killed: 7.800.000 – 3.759 per day.

Hitler’s war against the Sovjet Union: June 22nd 1941 – May 7th 1945.
1415 days.
Russians killed: 20.600.000 – 14.558 per day.

Endlösung der Judenfrage: January 20th 1942 – May 7th 1945.
1203 days.
Number of Jews killed: 5.933.900 – 4.933 per day.

Korea: June 25th 1950 – July 27th 1953.
1128 days.
Civilian victims: 1.000.000 – 887 per day.

Second Gulf War: January 16th – February 28th 1991.
43 days.
Iraqi soldiers killed: 85.000 – 1977 per day.
Civilian victims: 3200 – 74 per day.

NATO-actions in Kosovo: March 25th – June 10th 1999.
77 days.
Serb civilian victims: 500 – 6 per day.

Initial bombings of Afghanistan by US: October 8th until October 31st 2001:
23 days.
Number of civilian victims according to Taliban: 1500 – 65 per day.
Confirmed: 243 – 11 per day.

Iraqi victims of the Iraq campaign March 19th 2003 – March 16th 2007:
1458 days
Total Iraqi victims: 66.494 – 46 per day.
Number of victims attributable to coalition forces: 14.165 – 10 per day.

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