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Soviet Union loses over 26 million people during World War II

    27 January 2021 Wednesday

    Defence Minister Sergei Ivanov said the Soviet Union had lost 26.600 people, including 8.668 million servicemen during World War II.

    Speaking at a meeting with WWII veterans on the occasion of the 60th anniversary of VE Day on Saturday, Ivanov said, “The losses among servicemen include such category as sanitary losses – wounded, diseased and frostbitten.”

    During the war, 15.205.592 million people were wounded, 3.47.675 million people were fallen ill and 90.881 people were frostbitten.

    The minister said a total of 5.597 million people went missing during the war. A total of 4.559 million people fell prisoners. “This is the Soviet Union’s price that was sacrificed on the Altar of Victory,” Ivanov stressed.


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