English Civil War (1642-1651) (3/6)

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While it is much harder to calculate an accurate death toll given the age of the war, historians have estimated that at least 200,000 English soldiers and civilians were killed. While this is a significantly smaller number than the losses seen in WW1 and WW2, it must be considered that the population of the country was much lower in the 17th century. As such, proportionately, the losses sustained are roughly equal to that of the losses suffered in the First World War.

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