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Historians find it difficult to measure the cost of World War II. They can only estimate. No assessor can count the individual cost of personal property lost in bombings and shellings. No person can measure the cost in human suffering and loss of life. Only a rough estimate of damage can be given.
World War II took the lives of more persons than any other war in history. It has been estimated that civilian and military dead totaled 55 million. Eastern Europe and East Asia suffered the heaviest losses.
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