World War: CASUALTIES: Twice as Many; Half as Long

The Italians, who have been in the war a little more than half as long as the British, officially admitted last week they had lost more than twice as many men. Fortnight ago the British admitted they had lost 101,056. On the first anniversary of Italy's entry into the war, the Government admitted that Italy's war losses totaled 245,075 men. Of these, 22,199 were killed (compared to 25,235 British), 55,617 were wounded (24,501 British) and 167,259 were missing (51,320 British).


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