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Was World War One or World War Two worse for the soldiers?

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There is also the millions of soldiers who were killed (mainly Soviet, German, Japanese and Chinese) in brutal battles such as Stalingrad, which ruined beautiful cities and landscapes. The deaths in World War 2 are unbelievable, but not entirely unexpected from the scale of the war. read more

Not to mention the tank was also first used, imagine seeing a giant, metal beast moving slowly towards you with cannons and machine guns inside. All of this plus the mud, blood, and disease in the trenches was very unpleasant. This is why I believe that World war 1 was the worse war for the soldiers. read more

As far as death toll World War 2 was worse. Globally 71 million people died in the World War 2 conflict. Now, if you are referring to the way the battles were fought and the severity of the wars then World War 1 would win. read more

From the time of its start until the approach of World War II, the First World War was called simply the World War or the Great War and thereafter the First World War or World War I. At the time, it was also sometimes called "the war to end war" or "the war to end all wars" due to its then-unparalleled scale and devastation. read more

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