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Section 1.3.1: Military and civilian losses of the states involved in the First World War: adapted from Gerhard Hirschfeld, Gerd Krumeich and Irina Renz (eds) (2012) Brill’s Encyclopedia of the First World War, volume 2, Leiden, Brill.
Section 1.3.1: Estimate by army of total number of soldiers who died during the First World War: adapted from Jay Winter (ed.) (2014) The Cambridge History of the First World War, volume 3, Cambridge, Cambridge University Press.
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