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RUSSIA HEAVIEST LOSER
French Casualties 1,810,800; Eng
land's About One-third of
France's; Rumania 500,000.
Washington, March 11.-More than
10,00,000 men are recorded as kill
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edl, wvounded, captured or missing in n
the European wvar, in the first comn- o~
plete tabulation of official and au- a
thenticated semi-official reports of fC
the various belligerents received here. t
Among the nih...by proper 4,441,- "
200 are reported dead; 2,598,500 a
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iissing. Among civilian, espcciall
n the Russian and Balkan front
ndl in Armenia, another 400,000 ar
guredl as either dleadl or woundec
brough the wvar. These figures ar
dlmittedlly only approximately and i
ome instances necessarily severn
ieeks old1. They are not called exa<
ri any sense, but are knowvn to be
early correct as to give a fair]
eliable picture of the war's result:
['he figures as certainly minimu]
igures, andl then on a careful r<
hecking with all available authent
n format ion.
Loses on Each Side.
The Entente's losses are given
,318,400, as against 3,384,800 for ti
lentral empires. One reason for ti
~reat dliscrepancy b~etwveen the two
>elieved to be the relative unprepa:
dnless of the Entente, the dlipastrol
etreats in France in the beginnir
f the wvar, in Russia, from the Mazi
'ian lakes, andl the Carpathians ar
'rhe Entente's (lead total 2,890,40
gainst 1,550,800 for the Central eni
ilres; the Entent'e's wounded toti
,6'76,500, against 922,000 for the
nemies; and their captured and misi
ng 1,652,500, against 912,000 for tU
entral empires. These lo~ ses al
iasced upon the assum ptio tat
ermany 90 per cent of the toti
vroundled return to the front and
ecr cent in all the other countries.
Russia is infinitely the heaviel
oser so far, with a grandl total <
,084,200 men. The, bulk of ther
asses occurred in the Mazurian lala
lisaster and the two- retreats rol
he Carpathian. Mnorneov1er, la.
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communications and hospital facilities
has made the death rate in Russia
extraordinarily high. Their dead to-.
tal 1,500,000, their wounded 784,200,
and their prisoners and missing 800,
000, which is said to be much lower
than the probable number.
France has suffered the second
highest casualties with a total of
1,810,800, largely because of the early
retreat to the Marne and the terrifc
losses in the defense of Verdun. Her
(lead total 870,000; her wounded 540,
800, and her missing and captured
100,000, though this last figure is
believed here to be improbably high.
England's total falls far below, be
ing about one-third Frhnce's pnd one
sixth Russia's, owing, of course, to
her late sending of a continental
army. From now on, however, her
losses are expected to keep fairly
close to those of the French, who have
seriously felt the drain on man power.
England's total comes to 515,400, with
205,400 dead; 102,500 wounded, and
107,500 captured and missing.
Rumania, though entering the war
only last summer, has lost half a mil
lion men through her fatal attempt
to cross into Transylvania when t e
Central Powers were outflanking her
through the Dobrudja. Her dead are .
given as 100,000; her wounded as
150,000 and her captured and miss
ing about 250,000.
Italy has been saved from extreme
casualties through the impossibility
of open operations of her mountain
ouh frontiers. Her total reaches 209,
000, including 105,000 dead, 49,000
wounded and 55,000 captured and
Belgium and Serbia, the only twvo
small States 'overrun by the German
machine after desperate resistance, 4
have lost very heavily in proportion
to population. Belgium's casualties
come to 112,000 with 50,000 (lead, 22,
000 woundied and 40,000 captured and
missing. Serbia's (lead come to 60,
000 andi her wvounded to 28,000, mak
ing a total of 88,000, with the numi
ber of missing and captured large,
Germany, among the Central em
y pires, is given as by far the largest
s loser. Hecr total casualties are
e 1,585,200, or 225,000 less than
d France's. Her diead1 conme to 893,200,
e which is slightly higher than France's
n while her wounded are set at 450,000
il andi her captured and missing 245,000,
t projortionately the lowvest of the na
o tions. Germany, because of her
y fighting on interior lines without hay
3. ing suffered a bloody retreat, andl
a with a highly efficient medical ser
-vice, his lost very fewv in captured
ic andl woundedi, but her offensive have
ledl her into heavy losses in dead.
Nearly one-third of her losses are
5s estimatedi to have been suffered
te aroundl Verdun.
'e Austria is only slightly less heavy
is a loser than Germany with a total
r- of 1,469,100. 11cr dead, however, only
is number 523,100 and her wounded
g 355,000. 11cr capturedl andl missing
i- run up to 591,000, ow'ing to the
1(d heavy losses of prisoners in the two
retreats before the Russians.
Turkey also has been a heavy loser,
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