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Over a million Germans died in the last 100 days of the war on the Eastern front, 10.000 every day.

27-12-2018

Berlin operation from April 16 to May 8, ’45 put 400,000 killed. 


Prague operation from 5 to 9 May 1945, in Prague, another 40,000 were killed. 
Upper-operation (15-31 March 1945) – more than 40,000 were killed 
East Prussian operation (January 13-April 25, 1945) – 150,000 killed 
East Pomeranian Offensive (February 10 – April 4, 1945) – 53,000 killed. 
Balaton defensive operation (March 1-15, 1945). – 39,000 killed 

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Moravska Ostrava operation (March 10-May 5, 1945) – more than 100,000 dead 
Vienna operation (March 16-April 15, 1945) – 41,000 killed 
Bratislava Brnovskaya-operation (March 25-May 5, 1945) – more than 70,000 killed 
Koenigsberg operation (6-9 April 1945) – 60,000 killed. 
Nizhneselezskaya offensive (8-24 February 1945) – 36,000 killed 
Kurland operation (elimination boiler May 15, 1945) – 34,000 killed 

 
Western Carpathian operation (January 12-February 18, 1945) –
Total: 1,063,000 Germans died in the last 100 days of the war. Germany total death – 8,680,000: A great deal of the deaths came from the military, as Hitler’s aggressive tactics took a toll on those fighting. Over 300,000 German civilians were also killed by their own government, as they were deemed dangerous by the Nazis. A further 400,000 more were killed in aerial attacks by the Allies. It is estimated that 5.3 million deaths were military, and 3.3 were civilians.

 
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