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  • Death toll : 60 million. <br /> (1939-1943) Germany VS Poland : moved 30 million. <br /> 1945: 11 million seriously injured. <br /> 1944-45: 5 million Germans fled from Red Army. <br /> 1945-48: 7 million Germans expelled from Czechoslovakia, Poland, Romania, Hungary, and Yugoslavia (up to 2 million died). <br /> 1939-1948: 44 million killed and 46 million uprooted in Europe. <br /> Kematian tol: 60 juta(1939-1943) Stalin dan Hitler: pindah 30 juta.  1945: 11 juta orang terlantar (sepuluh kali lebih dari pada akhir Perang Dunia I)1944-1945: 5 juta Jerman melarikan diri dari Tentera Merah1945-1948: 7 juta Jerman diusir dari Czechoslovakia, Poland, Romania, Hungary, dan Yugoslavia (hingga 2 juta meninggal)1939-1948: 44 juta terbunuh dan 46 juta dijebol di Eropah <br />
  • The Herero Genosid, Namibia,1904-1905 Korban tewas: 60.000 (3 / 4 daripada penduduk)The penghapusan Armenia, Ottoman Empire, 1915-1923 Kematian tol: Sampai 1,5 jutaKelaparan Ukraine, 1932-1933 Kematian tol: 7 jutaPembunuhan Nanking, 1937-1938Kematian tol: 300.000 (50% daripada penduduk)The penghapusan kaum Kemboja, 1975-79 Kematian tol: 2 juta <br /> Pembunuhan Timor Timur, 1975 - 1999 Korban tewas: 120.000 (20% daripada penduduk)The Genosid Maya, Guatemala, 1981-1983 Kematian tol: Puluhan ribuIraq, 1988Kematian tol: 50 000-100,000The Genosid Bosnia, 1991-1995 Kematian tol: 8,000Pembunuhan Rwanda, 1994 Kematian tol: 800.000The Genosid Darfur, Sudan, 2003-2005 tol Kematian: dipertikaikan. 100.000? 300.000? 500,000? <br /> can you identifir what the major country that invited in genocides, ther are islamic country..likegujarat,bosnia,iran, east timoe, kashmir, algeria,ottoman empire, <br />
  • Superpower: United States, the Soviet Union, and the British Empire. <br />
  • Epidemic Disease <br /> Plague <br /> Cholera <br /> Malaria <br /> Typhus <br /> Sudden cooling, decreased sunlight, less rainfall shortens growing seasons; reduces crop yields <br /> Stratospheric ozone depletion damages crops sensitive to UV-B <br /> Disruption of petroleum supplies affects use of farm machinery and fertilizer and pesticide production <br /> Radioactive and toxic contamination takes farmland out of production <br /> Collapse of distribution system <br />

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  • 1. NAME LECTURER MATRIC NUM COURSE SUBJECT : MOHD ERMAN SAFAWIE CHE IBRAHIM : HALIMATON @ NOR ASHIKIN MOHD YUSOF : 2010612098 : CS230 : BEL492
  • 2.  Allied Powers     ( Serbia, Russia, France, Great Britain, Belgium, Italy, United State) Known Military dead:5,520,000 Military wounded: 12,831,000 Military missing: 4,121,000 Total casualties=22, 472,000  Axis Powers     (Austria-Hungary, Germany, Ottoman Empire) Known Military dead:4,386,000 Military wounded: 8,388,000 Military missing: 3,629,000 Total Casualties: 16,403,000  Death Toll= almost 39,000,000
  • 3. Military Dead Military Wounded (Allies powers) Britain France Soviet Union United States 389,000 211,000 7,500,000 292,000 475,000 400,00 14,102,000 671,000 (Axis Powers) Germany Italy Japan 2,850,000 77,500 1,576,000 7,250,000 120,000 500,000 Death toll : 60 million. Civilian Dead 65,000 108,000 15,000,000 ** 5,000,000 100,000 300,000 Source: Mark Mazower, Dark Continent: Europe’s Twentieth Century (Vintage Books, 1998)
  • 4.    The Ukrainian Famine, 1932-1933 Death toll: 7 million  The East Timor Genocide, 1975- 1999 Death toll: 120,000 (20% of the population). The Armenian Genocide, Ottoman Empire, 1915-1923 Death toll: Up to 1.5 million  The Mayan Genocide, Guatemala, 1981-1983 Death toll: Tens of thousands. The Nanking Massacre, 1937-1938 Death toll: 300,000 (50% of the population)  Iraq, 1988 Death toll: 50 000-100,000.  Algeria, 1945-1963 Death toll: 1.5 million  The Bosnian Genocide, 1991-1995 Death toll: 8,000.  Kashmir, 1947 Death toll: 70 000. 3,370 tortured to death. 100 000 jailed without hearing. Thousand women raped.  Gujarat, 2002 Hundred of Muslim women and girls raped and subsequently burnt alive by Hindu)  The Cambodian Genocide, 1975-79 Death toll: 2 million  The Darfur Genocide, Sudan , 2003-2005 Death toll: debated. 100,000? 300,000? 500,000?
  • 5. HIGHEST ESTIMATE DEATH BY WAR
  • 6. 1 billion dead from starvation alone? (NUCLEAR WAR) International Physicians for the Prevention of Nuclear War